Angela is the 24-year-old daughter of Frances Johnson of Eutaw, Alabama. Throughout her life Angela has always been interested in horses and rodeo. Since the purchase of her first horse, at the young age of four, her passion for horses has been overwhelming. Growing up around horses has given her a strong sense of responsibility, dedication, and family values. She is an active member of the American Quarter Horse Association, American Paint Horse Association, National Barrel Horse Association, Triple E Rodeo Company, and the Southern Rough Stock Association. She is a six-time World Champion and six-time Reserve World Champion in the APHA in barrel racing, pole bending, and stake race. She won her first World title at the age of eleven. She was the 2003 Southern Rough Stock Association barrel racing champion. Angela is also an active member of Barrel Futurities of America, Eastern Barrel Futurities of America, International Barrel Horse Association, Mississippi Paint Horse Club, West Alabama Horseman's Association, and Black Warrior Riding Club. She also won the interview and horsemanship competition at the Miss Rodeo Alabama Pageant.
In high school Angela was a participant in clubs such as the student government association, marching band, Spanish, FFA, 4-H, and Beta Club. Through the 4-H club she was a member of the quiz bowl team and horse judging team - winning the state Horse Judging Competition in 1997. She was also named High Point Speed Events Champion at the state 4-H show in 1997 and 1998. Angela is a 2003 graduate of Shelton State Community College with a degree in Office Administration. She was a member of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society and graduated with honors. She also served as a volunteer for her local 4-H club by helping with clinics and horse shows. Angela continues to travel throughout the southeast competiting in rodeos and representing the state of Alabama as Miss Rodeo Alabama. She looks forward to representing Alabama at the Miss Rodeo America Pageant in Las Vegas in November. The opportunity of serving this beautiful state as Miss Rodeo Alabama has allowed her to become a role model to others while promoting a great sport and a way of life.