About Angela Burgin Logan

AngelaAngela B. Logan is a self-proclaimed slash Author/Executive/Producer/Personality/Blogger/Advocate/Wife/Mom. She is a leading social media influencer and the founder of Live and Learn.com. She is the President of Live & Learn Media/Nia Enterprises. Angela also adds “survivor” to her list of titles. She has been there and survived that from near death, losing 100 pounds and Motherhood not necessarily in that order. She believes that you should live, learn and pass it on an axiom that she uses to inspire and empower her tens of thousands social media followers.

Angela created Live & Learn as a place for women to find the information, answers, tips, inspiration, entertainment and community that they were seeking online in areas important to them such as parenting, wellness, travel, food, fashion and beauty and entertainment.

As a sought after blogger and entertainment personality, Angela has appeared on national talk shows like “The View” and has been featured in internet and print publications such as the Huffington Post, Essence Magazine, NY Daily News, Today’s Black Woman and Precious Times Magazine. As a spokesperson, social media influencer, brand ambassador and advocate Angela has been featured in campaigns with Got Milk?, Macy’s and the Susan G. Komen Foundation to name a few.

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Angela has a love for Moms which was born from her work as a marketing executive and expert targeting them while working with companies such as Kraft Foods, Wal-Mart, Kelloggs, Pepsico Campbells, ConAgra Foods, Coca-Cola and many others. But her passion for parenting came after her own harrowing experience bringing her daughter Samia in the world. Angela miraculously survived a pregnancy related “near-miss” after suffering from the pregnancy related disease Preeclampsia. Angela’s ordeal where she overcame a 20% chance to live and heart, lung and kidney failure became her call to action to advocate for women everywhere. She lived and learned that a woman must become her own biggest advocate. Angela speaks about maternal and heart health along with topics affecting parents internationally and has done so with Amnesty International, The Ray of Hope Summit and more. Angela often shares how she shed 100 pounds brought on by her illness and often ponders on whether that was harder to overcome than heart failure!

Angela helmed the star studded feature film about her life story called “Breathe” as Co-Executive Producer which was selected into the American Black Film Festival, Martha’s Vineyard African-American Film Festival and Pan African Film Festival.

Angela partnered with Uptown Magazine to co-create Notorious POP a worldwide community and go-to destination for Dads where she also serves as Editorial Director.

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Angela’s best creation is named Samia and calls her Mom!

Angela enjoys working as a brand spokesperson, writer, speaker, TV/web personality, blogger and creating innovative series and marketing programs. To hire her for your next program contact Angela at ablogan@ladiesliveandlearn.com.

5 Comments so far. Feel free to join this conversation.

  1. e. marshall January 27, 2016 at 4:02 pm - Reply

    WOW!! Just happened to surf Netflix and watched the movie Breathe. The EXACT same thing happened to me 7 years ago. Just wow. I have to figure out why God led me to watch this movie today. It brought back so many memories, and the sadness I still feel to this day because I lost 6 days of my life during which my daughter was delivered. Just…wow. Thank you for the movie and this site.

  2. Nicole January 28, 2016 at 1:46 pm - Reply

    Just watched the movie on Nteflix. Enjoyed it very much
    That doctor; Lord Jesus….

  3. teela January 29, 2016 at 2:27 pm - Reply

    My friend referred the movie breathe to me because in Dec 2012 I me and my daughter almost died due to severe preclampsia. My kidneys went into failure my blood pressure was super high. My daughter was born not breathing but we fought hard and survived. I really didn’t know much or research preclampsia so when I became pregnant with my 2nd daughter it came back again this Time more severe my kidneys and liver were failing so rapid I had an emergency c section to save me and my daughter. Due the surgery I ended up with blood clots in both my lungs and almost died again a week after giving birth. Then while in the hospital they preformed a echo of my heart and said I have cardiomynopthy. 10 weeks later I’m still battling All this. Your story gives me much hope.

  4. zoey May 31, 2016 at 11:29 am - Reply

    im so sorry about what happened to you i saw the movie on nexflix i didnt want to watch it because i new it was gonna be sad or make me cry and it did but it was better than anything

  5. Sherna June 12, 2016 at 6:10 am - Reply

    This movie touched my soul and I’m sorry for your having to suffer through this. I am so happy that your family made it through! You all are so beautiful and you’re such a wonderful person to share your experience to help women everywhere.
    Thank you again and God bless you forever, Queen. 💜

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