Angel Massey is a native of Atlanta and has lived in Clayton County’s District 74 for 27 years.
Angel has demonstrated passion and determination to drive change within her community by advancing policies and elevating programs related to education, children with disabilities, and women.
She is also a staunch advocate for consumer rights.
As the founder of the PICK-ME Foundation, she encourages youth to recognize and support peer success. While serving on the Governance Board of Georgia’s first state-commissioned charter school, in 2017, she utilized resources through her foundation to provide free tutoring and mentoring support. This was instrumental in moving this school from their 3-year ‘failing’ status to ‘excelling’ within one year.
She further demonstrated her commitment to education, by participating in the Educate Georgia Summit, in 2018. As part of the planning committee, she helped develop and coordinate a series of workshops for over 3,000 elected officials, parents, business and community leaders at the Georgia State Capital.
Angel currently supports Southwest Christian Care, an organization that provides quality care and support for terminally ill patients, children with special needs, seniors. She is also a board member of the Toya Tuff Foundation whose mission is to provide care for families and individuals with special needs.
As an active member of the Women of Clayton and the Women’s Solidarity Society, Angel facilitates collaborations between local business leaders to drive economic development in Clayton.
Angel is affiliated with other foundations and international charities. As the global ambassador for the Starkey Hearing Foundation for 10 years, she has supported this foundation’s mission of providing free hearing aids around the world, including the continents of Africa, and Asia. Other charities including Make A Wish Foundation, Muhammad Ali’s Celebrity Fight Night Foundation, Britticares International and the Tiger Woods Foundation.
Angel has strong business acumen. She worked 10 years for United Parcel Service holding positions in the district, region, and corporate office. She has also managed the professional acting careers of her two celebrity sons, Kyle and Christopher Massey, for 27 years. As a native Atlantan, she was a benefactor of the Minority to Majority initiative, from 3rd-10th grade, attending Garden Hills Elementary, Sutton Middle and Northside High School. She graduated from Benjamin E. Mays and attended Grambling University.
If elected, Angel is committed to being the voice of her constituents in District 74.
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