Angela Hall is the founder of Supporting Our Loved Ones Group [S.O.L.O.G.], a grassroots family support group for Alaskan incarcerated persons. S.O.L.O.G provides information and support related to incarcerated Alaskans and to Alaska Department of Corrections policies and procedures to families and friends of those impacted by the criminal justice system. Members advocate on behalf of incarcerated Alaskans and their families with the hopes of improving conditions for them while inside and upon re-entry. Angela is the wife of Brian F. Hall, incarcerated since the age of seventeen and sentenced to 159 years in Alaska state prison. She advocates on his behalf and on behalf of others.
Angela has over twenty-five years of experience as an executive assistant in both the legal and political fields. She is currently the Assistant Supervisor of Administrative Services at the Arizona House of Representatives, which employs over 45 non-partisan Administrative Assistants. She has an Associates of Science Degree in Family Life Education and Early Childhood Development. Most recently she completed the JLUSA Emerging Leaders training in Anchorage, Alaska and hopes to continue her leadership training in order to become a more effective advocate.