Angela de Joseph is the founder of Women of Color Roar, a multi-media agency with a mission to support, nurture, and encourage Black women to run for political office and seek careers in public service. She is an elected District Delegate for the California Democratic Party and serves on the Platform Committee.
A life-long journalist, Angela is an Emmy-nominated filmmaker who began her career as an editor at Essence Magazine in New York. She hosts a weekly political talk radio show on KNSJ FM in San Diego. She is the chair of Indivisible Watu, a grass-roots community activist organization dedicated to voter education and engagement. Angela is also a Program Manager for GRID Alternatives the nation’s largest nonprofit solar installer and training program that places low-income community members in clean energy jobs.