BIPOC Raw - Wednesday, January 26, 2022, 7:15 PM on Zoom



Angela Greene

Angela’s career in the media began in 1986 when she began working at her first radio station, WCLK while a student at then Clark College (now Clark Atlanta University.) She began hosting a jazz countdown show and was promoted to afternoon drive, Hot Ice. By 1988 she began writing for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC) while still a college student. Around 1990 she moved to her first commercial radio station, WFOX, then WALR-Kiss 104 while continuing to report for the AJC. After her stint at Kiss 104, she moved to WSB-FM Radio, and by1993 she had reached the pinnacle of her radio career at WVEE V-103 where she worked for 3 years. During her stint at V-103, Angela began a community service initiative, Angela Greene’s Women on Top Awareness Series supported by the City of Atlanta, Mayor’s Office for which she received a Phoenix Award. In 1999 she returned to Kiss 104 where she worked briefly before she got pregnant with her identical twin daughters. After her daughters were born, she returned to radio part-time as the traffic anchor for the Tom Joyner Morning Show.

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