Angela Greene

I am an author, social justice advocate and a media professional

Angela Greene is a social justice advocacy expert. She is a fighter who firmly believes in always standing up for what is right even if it means she is standing alone, which she has frequently done. Before becoming an advocacy expert, she worked in the media for over twenty years as a Staff Writer for The Atlanta-Journal Constitution, and as a Disc Jockey at several Atlanta radio stations. She holds a bachelor’s degree in English from Georgia State University, and a master’s degree in Administration of Justice and Security from the University of Phoenix. In 2012, she was inducted into the National Criminal Justice Honor Society, Eta Theta Chapter at the University of Phoenix. In 2014 she founded a social justice organization, Change Agents Advocacy Group, which seeks to empower people against social injustice. She is also the author of "Unnecessary Roughness-The Story of a Mother's Fight for Justice" coming in 2016. The book is based on her real-life experience of representing herself Pro Se through four jurisdictions in a racial and disability discrimination case.