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Angela Green is excited to join the WNCT 9 On Your Side newsteam as an anchor for the 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. weekday newscasts, alongside Jeff Varner. 

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Angela's career in TV news dates back to when she was still in high school as a production and news desk assistant in her hometown of Montgomery, Alabama. Her on-air television career began as a Reporter at WVTM, Alabama's 13 in Birmingham where she worked behind the camera for nearly a decade as an award winning Special Projects/Investigative Producer and an Assignment Editor. During her time at the then NBC Owned and Operated station, Angela got a chance to produce undercover camera investigations and work as a field producer for NBC News Channel covering major national news stories like the Belt Way Sniper murders and the Space Shuttle Columbia's explosion in Texas.

Her time in Birmingham helped her land a role as a News Anchor and Reporter back in her hometown at WAKA, CBS 8. After a short time there, she left the broadcasting world to broaden her experience in public relations. Most recently, she worked as the company spokesperson for an electric cooperative in rural Alabama. There, she spearheaded the communications department and served as editor for the coop's award winning magazine, Alabama Living.

Angela's love of television news led her back on-air at 9 On Your Side in October 2013.  

Angela attended the home of the Crimson Tide, (THE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP FOOTBALL TEAM—ROLL TIDE!!!!!) the University of Alabama before transferring to The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) where she earned a bachelor's degree in Mass Communications. She loves lending her voice and support to nonprofits to help bring awareness to various causes and has been instrumental in fundraising efforts for charities that include the Sickle Cell Foundation and the American Cancer Society.

Angela is the proud mother to an amazing son, Siyaan, and they are both excited about living in Eastern North Carolina. Contact her at agreen@wnct.com.

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