Angela currently is the Outreach Coordinator for Outside Looking In: Transracial Adoption in America. She was the Associate Producer for the recently completed film Deadline, for which she is also the Outreach Coordinator. She has worked in various capacities on the film Hughes Dream Harlem (directed by Jamal Joseph), a documentary about Langston Hughes airing on Black Starz Network. She completed coursework for her MFA in Film from Columbia University where she was awarded a Dean's Fellowship. She was the Co-Creator of dilateworld, a Brooklyn based organization focused on breaking stereotypes about women, people of color and gays and lesbians in entertainment. Currently, she is developing a documentary about African-American women with bipolar disorder that has received funding from The Paul Robeson Fund for Independent Media. Angela received her B.A. with Honors from Wesleyan University in Theater and African-American Studies. Tucker joined Big Mouth in 2002.