Black History Month Spotlight: Angela Gibson
Throughout the month of February for Black History Month, we’re honoring those who make a difference in our community.
We’re pleased to honor Angela Gibson.
Angela Gibson is a native of Oklahoma, who came to Los Angeles to work for AT&T. After 35 stellar years at AT&T, this recently retired telecommunications executive is now turning her full attention to helping businesses in Southern California grow. As president of the Greater Los Angeles African American Chamber of Commerce, an organization established in 1991, their vision is to create an organization that will serve as an advocate for African American owned businesses and promote their growth and expansion into the international arena.
Angela also takes pride in the non-profit commitment of GLAAAC, a scholarship foundation for inner-city students that chose to go into business related fields. In addition to volunteering in many endeavors, Angela is looking forward to indulging her love of books. Sports and attending music events.
94.7 The WAVE is proud to honor Angela Gibson as a recipient of the 2014 Making WAVES award.
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