Angela Rogensues was born and raised in Macomb County and is currently serving her first term on the Warren City Council. On the Council, Angela introduced the bill to create the Veterans Affairs Commission, connecting veterans with the care and services they need. She also voted to overturn the previous council’s decision to provide lifetime health insurance for anyone who ever served on the City Council, calling it “political corruption at its worst.”
Angela believes in giving back to her community. She has been a tireless advocate for working and low-income families, animal welfare, civic engagement, and arts and culture.
Angela is currently the President of Ignition Media Group, a Detroit-based full-service brand and marketing agency. Prior to joining Ignition, Angela served as the Executive Director for Playworks Michigan, a non-profit organization that helps kids stay active and build valuable life skills through the power of play.
In February 2021, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer appointed Angela Chair of the Board and Executive Committee of the Michigan Municipal Services Authority. She also co-chairs the Michigan AFL-CIO Labor Caucus.
Angela is an active member on many City of Warren commissions and committees, including the Animal Welfare and Historical Commissions, Housing Commission, Freedom of Information Appeals Committee, and the Environmental Action Committee. She also serves as a trustee of the General Employee Retirements System, which oversees nearly $200 million in pension and health trust funds.
Angela serves on the board and is President of the Detroit Institute of Arts Founder’s Junior Council; she is a national board member, the State Chapter Chair for Michigan, and Vice Chair of the National Labor Council for the Democratic Municipal Officials, a sister organization of the DNC.; and a recent board member for 4Paws1Heart.
In past years, Angela was recognized as Crain’s Detroit Business Notable Women in Education Leadership, Corp! Magazine Most Valuable Professional, Crain’s Detroit Business 40 Under 40, and involved with the Detroit Regional Chamber’s Mackinac Policy Conference Future Leaders Program. Angela holds a Bachelor of Science in Health Studies and Psychology from Michigan State University and a Master of Arts in Educating Adults from DePaul University.