17 Facts About Angela Rye


Angela Rye was born on October 26,1979 and is the Principal and CEO of IMPACT Strategies, a political advocacy firm formerly based in Washington, DC.


Angela Rye was a liberal political commentator on CNN.


Angela Rye briefly served as the executive director and general counsel to the Congressional Black Caucus for the 112th Congress.


Angela Rye formerly helped steer the boards of the Congressional Black Caucus Institute, Congressional Black Caucus Political Action Committee, Seattle University School of Law Alumni, and Women in Entertainment Empowerment Network.


Angela Rye serves as a senior advisor to the Government Technology and Services Coalition and is a member of The Links, Incorporated.


Angela Rye began her career in legislative advocacy at the National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education, an umbrella association of 120 historically black colleges and universities in the United States.


Angela Rye is one of few recurring guests on The Breakfast Club radio show.


Angela Rye last appeared on the radio show in February 2022.


Angela Rye served as a senior advisor to the House Committee on Homeland security, where she helped develop the general political strategy, focusing on modernizing government contracting practices and opening doors of opportunity for small businesses.


Angela Rye then served as the executive director and General Counsel to the Congressional Black Caucus for the 112th Congress.


Angela Rye left her role at CBC after just over a year, though she formerly held an affiliation with the CBC institute.


Angela Rye stated via a 2020 Instagram Live question and answer session that she has never practiced law.


Angela Rye was a political commentator for CNN but was released by the network shortly before the 2020 presidential election.


Angela Rye has been featured as an on-air personality on several media outlets, including HuffPost Live, TV One, and BET.


Angela Rye appeared in Grownish S3 Ep11 "Alright" as herself.


ESPN announced Angela Rye was hired as a special correspondent to provide perspective on sports-related matters of race, culture, and social justice issues.


Angela Rye has stated that her decision to pursue law was partly driven by an unwanted and inappropriate encounter with an athlete, leading her to abandon her initial goal of becoming a sports agent.