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Biography: Recognized as the "Quiet Storm," Angela Eme is a dedicated force in the realms of Purpose-Driven Public Relations and Philanthropy.

With a footprint that spans sporting events, the stage, fashion, and the screen, Angela Crockett, now Angela Eme, has joined forces with athletes, actresses, and actors. Emerging from the trailblazing footsteps of her career, she has earned the affectionate title of 'Atlantic City's First Lady of Public Relations & VIP Hospitality.' Angela's moxie is a commanding presence that simply cannot be overlooked.

Angela was Communications Director and Honoree Liaison for the Atlantic City Boxing Hall of Fame for an impressive six years. This prestigious event magnetizes television celebrities, boxing champions, dignitaries, and VIPs, including luminaries like Mayor Marty Small, Sr., Mayor Judy Ward, Victor Manuelle, Chuck Zito (HBO's Oz and Sons of Anarchy), Roxanne Shante (Hip Hop Legend and Rapper), Leon (Above the Rim, The Five Heartbeats), Syndicated Radio Host, TV Contributor, and Author Flo Anthony, Sonny Hill (former pro basketball player and announcer), Larry Hazzard, Sr., Michael Olajide, Al Bernstein, Don King, Riddick Bowe, Bernard Hopkins, Irish Micky Ward, Felix Tito Trinidad, Michael Spinks, Vinny Paz, Evander Holyfield, Roberto Duran, Roy Jones, Jr., Iran Barkley, Tim Witherspoon, and Larry Holmes, among others. Attracting such a constellation of celebrities is a testament to Angela's exceptional skill.

Angela personifies professionalism in every facet of her life, whether she's gracefully walking the red carpet, charting her way to a boxing ring, or taking charge of the center court, all while managing Eme Fashion, the fashion line she co-founded alongside her husband. Her commitment to delivering the full package – meticulous planning, impeccable execution, and unwavering dedication to her clients – ensures flawless experiences. It's no wonder that Dr. Walter Palmer, a Professor at the University of Pennsylvania, aptly refers to Angela as "The Quiet Storm," a potent fusion of Sizzling with Substance, Powered by Purpose and Unparalleled Inspiration. Angela's fervor for safeguarding and elevating the brands she represents is deeply rooted.

Angela's ardor propels her to lead by example. As a native of Philadelphia and a resident of Southern New Jersey, she recognizes that her zeal for pushing professional boundaries sets a bar to overcome. Positioned to be a global role model for youth, Angela aspires to inspire.

We take great pride in presenting Angela's extensive credits and accomplishments. During her tenure as Marketing Director at Fame-Wall, her clientele included luminaries such as The Beach Boys, Sean Hayes, Kelsey Grammer, John Stamos, Brooke Shields, Angelica Page, and Chaka Khan, including the spectacular Hollywood Star Unveiling Party for Chaka Khan.

She's worked with luminaries like Bill Cosby, Martin Luther King III, Gene Veno, and Taimak (The Last Dragon). In the realm of sports and literature, Angela's association includes superstar athletes such as Rick Barry (Retired Golden State Warriors), Leonard Marshall (Retired New York Giants), and author Isaac Shapiro (Skadden & Arps International Attorney).

Angela has collaborated with actors, actresses, singers, and influential thinkers in her impressive array of accomplishments. Ranging from working alongside Cylk Cozart (known for roles in Conspiracy Theory, 16 Blocks, and White Men Can't Jump), and producer of Chaka Khan's 60th Birthday Celebration to collaborating with Angelica Page (renowned for performances in Ruby's Bucket of Blood and Nobody's Fool).

Angela's influence spans public relations and charitable pursuits, encompassing her positions as a media spokesperson for The King of Kings Foundation, Exhoodus Tour, and multiple summits held on Capitol Hill. She actively contributes to the African Renaissance and Diaspora Network (ARDN), serves as an esteemed member of the International Advisory Board for the Youth United Council of India (YUCI), hosts the enlightening YUCI Talks program, and is the imaginative founder behind Save Our Seed, Inc. (SOS). She nurtures open discussions on pertinent societal matters through SOS, a nonprofit organization that collaborates with individuals and groups to counter unsettling community trends.

In September 2023, Angela and her husband proudly introduced Eme Fashion. Their collection transcends mere clothing; they epitomize a celebration of culture, serve as a canvas for craftsmanship, and mirror the essence of individuality. From the intricate designs adorning women's attire to the distinguished elegance exuded by men's fashion, each piece offers a living tribute to Nigeria's profound heritage and boundless creativity.


In 2012, Angela launched Angela Crockett Enterprises, Inc., a boutique public relations firm dedicated to spotlighting clients, events, and the community. This platform epitomizes Angela’s commitment to turning visions into action, showcasing her ability to propel the world forward through strategic campaigns. Be it entertainment, sports events, public relations, or non-profit initiatives, Angela Eme is an influential leader driven by values, representing her region with distinction and embodying the role of a powerful ambassador for the future.

Angela's imprint can also be found in the literature. She's mentioned in notable books like “Black Pain, It Just Looks Like We’re Not Hurting” by PR guru Terrie Williams, “The Last Dragon” by actor and author Taimak, and "Girl Boss Up & Lead" by Dayna Marie & Karen P. Williams.

In Angela's personal sphere, she finds herself blessed to have an incredible husband, two beloved sons, three cherished granddaughters, and two treasured grandsons.

Welcome to Angela's personal website!


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Greatness is not measured by what a man or woman accomplishes, but by the opposition, he or she has overcome.

Dr. Dorothy Height

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