TELEVISION/FILM PRODUCTION MANAGER | MENTOR | WRITER/CREATOR
Angilee L. Jones was born in Fresno, CA and raised both there and in Los Angeles, CA, where she'd later pursue a career in the Entertainment Industry in Operations Management and Finance in the areas of Artists Management and Entertainment Marketing. During that time, Angilee worked with some of the world's biggest bands, such as, The Beastie Boys, Beck, Jack Black, Sonic Youth, movie and music campaigns, and more.
Being the eldest of 7 children (4 biological, 3 adopted) helping others had always been deeply embedded in Angilee. She'd worked with youth on creative and educational levels, and helped others mentally & spiritually, of all walks of life. From doing volunteer work at local city campaigns with her grandfather, who was recognized as one of the leading Community Activists/Awareness of Fresno, following his footsteps, Angilee worked at the EDD as a Youth Specialist - peer counseling young men and women ages 14-22, and public speaking at middle schools, high schools, colleges and universities, after school programs, group homes, and more, all over Fresno and Los Angeles, CA., for over six years.
In 2010, Angilee was granted the opportunity to work in Television with BET Networks, thus taking the opportunity and never looking back. What started off as a temporary Office PA position, would lead to longevity, and a not so newly sparked love turned career path. She'd spend the next several years working as a Production Coordinator in places such as Los Angeles, New York, Atlanta, and Dallas, working on various Television Shows and Films.
Angilee fell in love with Atlanta and all that it encompassed in 2012, when BET Networks sent her there to Coordinate and manage contestants for a show by name of Laurieann Gibson's Born To Dance. But, as life was already established in Los Angeles, after the project ended, she would return home and continue her career in TV and Film, eventually going on to be Production Manager and Supervisor.
In 2016, Angilee finally relocated to Atlanta, GA, continuing her career, but further delving into Production Management and Supervisory roles for various Court TV Shows, such as, Paternity Court, Couples Court, Divorce Court, Judge Steve Harvey, and Cutlers Court.
With a strong drive and a creative spirit, Angi'lee Jones continues to make waves in the TV/Film industry, using what she’s acquired there and in life to leave a meaningful impact on the lives of young adults and aspiring artists. In her spare time, Angilee loves to pay it forward by working and speaking with youth about careers in TV/Film, but life issues and self-help as well.