Angelle graduated from Loyola University in Broadcast Journalism and English, and spent nearly a decade as Chief News Editor at the ABC affiliate in New Orleans. She taught High School English and Journalism until retiring to raise her three children, who are now 22, 20, 18. During her stint as a stay-at-home mom, she stayed busy doing photography, videography, and freelance writing for a premier local magazine and Huffington Post. She had the honor of working with New York Times Best Selling author and Rwandan genocide survivor, Immaculee Ilibagiza, developing speaking videos in Africa, as well as developing her online presence through blogging and social media. A diagnosis of breast cancer, caused her to become an accidental entrepreneur founding a company, which she recently sold, called Chemo Beanies, which creates fashionable headwear for women undergoing chemotherapy. One of her greatest joys in life has been watching some of her children enjoy the stage, and over the past decade she has enjoyed her time as a prop master and having the privilege of doing professional videography and photography for local productions. Angelle attends scores of productions from Broadway to local community theater annually, and she feels writing for Broadway World is a natural step for her to share her love of the stage with others.