Founder of the Excalibur Reading Program
A youth advocate, professional writer, public speaker, and published author. Harris holds many awards and citations for her work in the community from the City of NY; on the Counsel levels, from Elizabeth Crowley, on the State Level from Senator Joseph Addabbo; and from the Royal People Group and Congress from Congressman Gregory Meeks, for her work in public service, and for working with domestic and sexual abuse organizations to bring awareness to the issues against woman and children. She is a member of IVAT(Institute on Violence Abuse and Trauma,) NPEIV(National Partnership on Education for Interpersonal Violence), and a speaker for RAINN(Rape Abuse Incest National Network.) She is also a Certified LGBTQIA Ally through Fordham University.
Ms. Harris worked for District Attorney Richard Brown under ADA Director Gail Giordano, as a jurist panelist for teens who were incarcerated, and mentored them through Excalibur. She helped many teens stay out of the system and has a track record for seeing these socially challenged youths both become readjusted to society and go on to college and the military. She is an Arthurian Folklore Historian and a Titanic Historian and has written books on these topics. Currently, she is a board member for the TSAC (Titanic Society of Atlantic Canada) and a member of the TIS (Titanic International Society.) Angelica herself, is a student at Fordham University in Lincoln Center in The School of Continuing and Professional Studies.
A professional writer for 30 years, Angelica has written and published 8 books on various topics.She enjoys helping aspiring writers in developing story and professional content. Angelica particularly enjoys working with students and adults alike to create content on essay and college writing and with their research, book reports, and personal essays for college applications. She will be teaching tutorials in APA and MLA format.