Angela Spears, president of Angela Spears Communication, is a professional a marketing, public relations and community engagement company. She believes great storytelling is a crucial aspect in everyone’s life. She is utilizing her more than 20 years of broadcasting and public relations experience to focus on “The Power of Your Voice.”
She has previously served as public relations senior executive for the Clay County Sheriff’s Office and community engagement officer and special assistant to former Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown. She also served as deputy director of communications for the mayor and the city of Jacksonville.
Angela has worked as a community liaison for DaVita, a leading kidney care provider in the United States. She has served as the public information officer for the Nassau County Sheriff's Office in Yulee, Florida.
She began her professional career in the television industry. Angela was an anchor/reporter for the NBC/ABC affiliate in Jacksonville. She reported for the morning show and anchored the noon show. She also worked for the CBS affiliate in Waco, Texas as an anchor/reporter.
Angela is a native Texan. She grew up in Corpus Christi. She graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Journalism - Broadcast News Degree.
Angela volunteers with many organizations. She enjoys working with young people. She is also passionate about organ donation awareness. Angela was named a 2015 and 2016 Woman of Influence by the Southeast Small Business Magazine. She also won the Florida Law Enforcement Public Information Officers Association’s 2017 Public Image Award.
In her spare time, Angela likes to read, exercise, listen to music and shop! She is a member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. where she serves as the international communications director and historian. Angela also hosts a weekly talk radio show, Jax Engage with Angela Spears, on The Victory Station AM 1360/FM 94.7.