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'The Office' Star Angela Kinsey Spends Summer Raising Awareness For Oceana

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If you’re a fan of The Office (and, really, how can you not be a fan?), you might pleased to hear that actress Angela Kinsey is spending her summer making a difference.

Sure, on the show she plays a shrewd, anal-retentive accountant, but, as the behind-the-scenes videos on NBC.com proves, Kinsey is bursting with energy and has a heart of gold.

This summer, Angela will be lending her fame to Oceana — an advocacy non-profit organization which focuses on water/beach quality, fisheries and fish habitat, and marine sanctuaries.

“I’m working with my friend Rachel Harris and this great charity called Oceana, which is trying to save the world’s oceans,” says Kinsey. “And we’re gonna go and swim with sea turtles and bring awareness to what’s going on with them, and I’m really excited about that.”

We’ve featured Oceana many time before and are excited to hear about the partnership!

Wanna know how the rest of The Office cast is spending their summer? Check out the video below to get the scoop!

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