Angela D. Coleman is an award-winning sisterhood activist, educator, and author who has written over twenty books. Angela grew up in Newark, New Jersey and graduated cum laude from Princeton University with a Bachelor of Arts (AB) in Psychology and a minor in African American Studies.
While a student at Princeton, Angela was awarded the Student Achievement Award in Feminist Scholarship and the American Psychological Association Minority Undergraduate Student of Excellence Award.
After founding Sisterhood Agenda after college, Angela earned her Nonprofit Management certification from Duke University and Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Phoenix, plus additional certifications in trauma, psychological first aid, and holistic medicine and science.
Angela was awarded the National Jefferson Presidential Award for Public Service. Angela travels regularly to train global partners and attend women’s empowerment events, community gatherings, holistic health, and healing activities.
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