A very unique speaker with an engaging, accessible style of getting her message across.

Angela has traveled the world speaking to hundreds of audiences about the epidemic of abuse.

She has spoken in Congress, universities, military bases, high schools, elementary schools, community centers, conferences and seminars nationwide and internationally.

or·a·tor

/ˈôrətər/

Noun
A public speaker, esp. one who is eloquent or skilled.

Angela is an Orator.

Here’s the thing – trauma is depressing.

When people start rattling off the numbers of sexual abuse victims and unreported crimes some audiences zone out, stare at the floor, go into panic mode or puke. Angela’s literally seen that happen – a woman had a panic attack and threw up listening to horrible “facts.”

She does things totally differently!
Angela educates and entertains audiences by telling real life stories that inspire healing and awareness.

Yes, she shares facts and some heavy information about sexual abuse and violence BUT she then shares inspiring stories and fun healing techniques the audience will remember forever!

Angela’s events are tear jerkers with big laughs. The laughs come from her being very candid about how horrible life can be if you don’t heal and get better. Why do people laugh? Because they can relate!

Where Does Angela Speak?

Angela has spoken and inspired audiences of all ages at: Congress, universities, Air Force bases, high schools, elementary schools, community centers, conferences and seminars worldwide.

BOOK ANGELA! – Email Jodi Solomon Speakers or call them at 617.266.3450
Though she takes on serious issues, Angela Shelton is joyous, irreverent, funny, and feisty!
Ellen Bass, author of The Courage to Heal
Angela’s words will reach into your soul and shake you awake! She is fierce and bold and her passion to put a face on issues like domestic violence and child sexual abuse is compelling and necessary.
Jessica Weiner, Self-Esteem Expert and Author of A Very Hungry Girl
Angela is an agent for change, a catalyst, an alchemist. Angela has made her private story our public story and her transformation our transformation.
Eileen King, Justice for Children