Angie Fenton is an award-winning and esteemed writer driven by a passion for serving her community.
Originally from Michigan, Fenton is now a prominent figure in Louisville, which she has been calling home since 2002. She is a buzz columnist for The Courier-Journal, an instructor of English literature at Brown Mackie College, and a regular radio show and television guest. Fenton has written for numerous publications, including Velocity magazine, Dog Fancy magazine, Voices of Michigan, and Women’s World magazine.
When Fenton is not immersed in her work, she volunteers much of her time to help the community.
Fenton was selected as Mentor of the Year by minority student services at her alma mater, Central Michigan University. Louisville magazine voted her as one of their Women to Watch in 2004 and she has been named Journalist of the Year by the Michigan Press Association.