Angelica Harris Recently Recognized by America’s Registry of Outstanding Professionals

Westbury, NY, December 09, 2011 --( Angelica Harris, of Glendale, New York has recently been included in America’s Registry of Outstanding Professionals for her outstanding contributions and achievements in the field of Educational Literacy.

About Angelica Harris
Angelica Harris was born in New York City and discovered her love of writing during her high school years. She attended Hunter College where she majored in History and Theatre. Angelica has authored three fantasy novels: “The Quest for Excalibur,” “Excalibur and the Holy Grail,” and “Excalibur Reclaims Her King.” A non-profit program named the Excalibur Reading Program was initiated as a result of her books. This program is geared to teaching children the importance of reading, writing and the arts and in particular to children with special needs. Angelica’s story begins with her own personal struggles against violence and sexual abuse. With her memoir “Living with Rage: A Quest for Solace,” she began her journey to disempower her rage and consequently to help others to fight domestic violence. She is associated with Amnesty International and the Institute on Violence, Abuse, and Trauma (IVAT) to raise awareness and support healing. Angelica is an author, entrepreneur, advocate and speaker. Her mission is to reach victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse through speaking engagements, guest blogs and other ventures. She believes that together, these victims can find the support they need to fight this abuse and ultimately to find healing for themselves and others.

About America’s Registry of Outstanding Professionals
America's Registry is a membership organization that gives its members the type of national recognition they strive for. Professional business people may join memberships, societies and organizations to develop business contacts, thus gaining image and credibility for themselves and their organization. As a powerful third party endorsement, America's Registry offers this kind of recognition for individuals on a national basis with the added benefit of instantaneous networking with the other members. Members are encouraged to welcome, network and assist each other whether they are in the same or an entirely different industry or profession. Being in America's Registry can be viewed by the members as a letter of introduction to all the other members.

America's Registry of Outstanding Professionals
Bea Hanley