Meet My Staff

 
Angel Fox, Legislative Assistant

Angel Fox
Legislative Assistant - Casework Manager

Angel Fox is a single mother of two wonderful and athletic boys, Amyr and Dawan. She spends most of her time being their number 1 fan. Angel is currently a student at Central Penn College where she is working to receive her Bachelors in Criminal Justice. She also runs a Non-profit organization called Hope From an Angel. This organization was created to provide parenting classes for those who are in need within her community. It is Angel’s love for her community and passion to help others that led her to work for State Representative Patty Kim. You can find Angel doing what she loves best in Rep. Kim’s Kline Village office located in Harrisburg, PA.

Oscar Douglas, Legislative Assistant

Oscar Douglas
Legislative Assistant

Oscar Douglas comes with a decade of local government experience. He worked as the Chief Clerk for the City of Harrisburg for 20 years, until he retired in 2006. He is a native to Harrisburg and attends Tabernacle Baptist Church, where he serves as a trustee. Oscar lives in the Uptown area in the city. He is married to Joy and together they have two sons. Oscar also can be found at Rep. Kim’s Kline Village office.

Carolina Sanchez, Legislative Assistant

Carolina Sanchez
Legislative Assistant

Carolina first worked as a summer intern in 2013 and 2014 before joining the staff permanently. Carolina works out of Rep. Kim’s district office in Steelton, PA. She is a graduate of Temple University with a Political Science degree. As a recent graduate, she is passionate about using her experience to help college hopefuls navigate the higher education financial process. Carolina is also fluent in Spanish, which serves well when interacting with our Spanish-speaking constituents. She is a notary and is available to notarize without cost under certain guidelines.

Cheryl Brooks, Legislative Assistant

Cheryl Brooks
Legislative Assistant

Cheryl Brooks began work at the House of Representatives as an intern with the Archives Division in 2016. Cheryl has her Master’s in Business Administration & American Studies, and authored a book on the history of a segregated beach in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Cheryl moved to Pennsylvania in 2007 to become a houseparent for Milton Hershey School, along with her husband and was a surrogate mother to sixty-eight boys between the ages of ten and fifteen over her nine years with the organization.