We are a small collective of experts who learned early in life the value of working in a team, planning projects, and solving difficult problems. We function organically as a social enterprise, bringing years of community service and our respective professional practices to produce a successful outcome for your personalized portfolio or corporate structure.
Nontraditional is not a word we incorporate in our processes so we actively promote the out-of-the-box lifestyle and take risks to create the change you seek to remain current and ahead of the curve.
We build a solid foundation that encompasses you and the need to maximize social impact by applying profitable strategies to maximize improvements in financial, social and environmental well-being for external shareholders.
Sustainability is key so we promote, encourage, and make social change our priority.
We offer you a competitive edge to inspire and disrupt society’s version of "normal" with an extensive track record in diverse industries; fully engaging theory to practical experiences without losing the uniqueness of your foundation.
Our passion for networking empowers our intergenerational perspective to infuse scholarship with experiential learning exclusively crafted to intersect your creativity with change, reinforcing a better you and a better world.
About Our Founder
Lecturer, inspirational speaker, and educational strategist with non-conventional techniques to better equip you with a global perspective, Angela M. Mosley specializes as an experienced facilitator to connect and advocate through the Arts, Education, and Activism. Angela holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts and a Master of Education degree in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies from Iowa State University and is completing a doctorate in Art Aesthetics and Philosophy for visual artists. Her passion is in connecting people from different walks of life to professionally network and create innovative solutions to their unique challenges. She balances her time stateside and overseas as a performing artist with advocacy on human-centered community engagement through the lens of Entrepreneurship, Artivism, Economic Development, Civic Engagement, and Social Justice. Bringing over 20 years of experience in programming to address diversity and inclusion for global leadership across generations, Angela’s services delve into multicultural training and organizational management for community leaders with strengths in needs assessment, project planning, and human capital development. Her mission is to value nontraditional learning with a creative edge.
Guided by her commitment to individualized academic and professional advancement through the promotion of community engagement, Angela has worked in strategic enrollment management – assisting marginalized populations in the application and financial aid process, providing support services and academic advising. Her areas of expertise included low income families, First Generation College bound students, and immigrant and refugee youth, particularly addressing the disparities of accessibility within the American educational system. Transitioning from Higher Education, Angela became an independent consultant and facilitated workshops on diversity and multicultural issues, professional advancement, and small entrepreneurial ventures. Some of her clients include projects for the United States Marine Corps, Best Buy Co. Inc., the Georgia Hispanic American Institute, Monster.com, The Coney Group, ACT, Tye Johnson Artistry, and other professional organizations. She has presented at conferences nationally and internationally on the characteristics of a global leader, diverse retention practices, immigration/refugee family enrichment, and purposeful networking.
While Angela specializes in educational issues, her work is much broader in scope and draws from her diversified repertoire of experiences. Angela has been an instrumental voice in numerous initiatives for young adults and amplifying their narratives within the community, ensuring their growth and the realization of their truth for the evolution of the unified community. Her work reinforces the need for change by influencing guided conversations on race, sex, womanism vs. feminism, the intersection of race and womanhood, and community through a variety of mediums to promote critical thinking and nurture meaningful engagement with people all over the world.
As a Chicago native and the youngest child of two pastors, her passion for community development was guided by her years of community service and volunteering with women in transition, the substance abuse population, and incarcerated youth. Currently, Angela balances her professional and personal ventures between the Arts and Education to engage young adults within the community and create programming around cooperatives with the artists at the center. She combines her visual artwork and musical performances with the spoken word to convey her journey.
Traveling extensively, Angela has strong ties to Baltimore, DC, Virginia, metro Atlanta, Chicago, Iowa, and parts of Europe through several business and artistic organizations. She seeks to continually bridge both cultural and generational gaps in support of nontraditional programs, emphasizing the benefits of self-advancement and creating a network to change the world one masterpiece at a time.