Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Black Mama’s Matter Alliance, MPH
Angela D. Aina holds a Master of Public Health degree in International and Women’s Health from Morehouse School of Medicine and a Bachelor of Science degree from Georgia State University in Psychology and African-American Studies. Angela is committed to the self-determination of women of African descent; the elimination of violence against women; the promotion of Black women’s rights and leadership; and womanist solutions to social and economic injustices. Angela’s expertise and perspectives on Black Maternal Health have been featured in media outlets, such as the Huffington Post, The Atlantic, the Root, and HLN/CNN. She was recognized as a 2020 WebMD Health Hero and highlighted as an advocate for Black Maternal Health in Time Magazine.