About the Author

Angie Albright

Welcome to “A Growing Season”! I am Angie Albright and hold a number of titles and interests. I am the mother of a very funny, very bright 17-year-old son, a single parent who gets LOTS of help from my son’s dad, other family, and good friends. In my heart I am and always will be a teacher.

Angie Albright

Photo by Megan Clemence Photography

Small profile imageI am currently the Development and Technology Coordinator for the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks, which means I get to help raise money and manage the social media, website and internet marketing for the organization. I was the Executive Director of the Northwest Arkansas Women’s Shelter for over three years. I spent many years teaching college English before that, but have done stints as a bartender, waitress, retail manager, writing tutor, historian, editor, grant writer, and house cleaner (no evidence of which appears in my own home these days). I am active in my community in several civic organizations, including Fayetteville Northside Rotary, Fayetteville City Council Environmental Action Committee, and Feed Communities. I’ve been a member of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church for many years.

I love to write in all kinds of genres and am an experienced educator, speaker, and program developer. My online resume will be available soon at www.AngieMalloyAlbright.com, and I would love to write for you or speak to your department, organization, or club about a wide range of topics.


  1. My friend: the site is absolutely STUNNING! It looks fantastic and captures all that is so uniquely and wonderfully you. Congratulations!

  2. You have a beautiful site. Thanks for sharing it. I just retired after 30.5 years teaching mostly PreAP English. I am looking forward to meeting you at AWBU.

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