Angela Green started Flaws-R-Fab in 2016 because she felt compelled to act against the devastating effects of bullying.
“I was born with my own challenges – skin issues, food allergies – but I grew up thinking I could do anything. That’s what my parents’ love did for me. Then society told me something was wrong with me, and that did something else for me.” – Angela Green
Angela is a technology-curious graphic designer who is blessed with the gift of empathy. Angela was born in Boston, Massachusetts and attended high school at Boston Latin School. She studied broadcasting and film at Boston University’s College of Communication where she received a full four-year scholarship. Angela spent several years working at WGBH Education Foundation in Boston helping produce various radio and television programs.
In 1991, Angela moved to New York City where she attended New York University Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, and earned a Master of Arts degree in communications. In 2005, Angela became certified and taught graphic design at Madison Park Technical Vocational High School to a senior class.
Today Angela lives in Maryland where she works for the federal government, runs her own bully prevention non-profit organization called Flaws-R-Fab, is working toward a Masters degree in social work at University of Maryland School of Social Work, and volunteers for Aglow International, a ministry organization.
For fun Angela likes to bike ride, take road trips, dance and sing.