Angela M. Mosley

Chicago, IL

Angela is a visual artist, educator, and activist with 28 years of experience in civic leadership and diversity management. She advocates for young adults in social justice reform through STEAM programming. Her academic research critiques Black feminism through Hip-Hop narratives and womanism. She has presented at conferences nationally and internationally on educational disparities and the characteristics of a global leader. Dr. Mosley founded a nonprofit organization in 2019 that seeks to ignite social change and reform the community through the Arts. Her fellowship film is “Sound 606: Chicago After Dark”.