Dr. Nancy Edwards Johnson

Nancy Johnson is a clinical psychologist in Columbus, Ohio. She worked as a therapist at the Ohio Reformatory for Women for twenty years. During her years of working with incarcerated women, she recognized the critical need for women to have support as they return to society. After researching an equine training program that has successfully operated in the women’s prison in Ocala, Fl for over two decades (See “Second Chances” link below), Nancy recognized the power of the therapeutic connection between the women and horses. Her mission is to create a re-entry equine skills training program in Central Ohio that will provide decarcerated women career opportunities to work with horses.

Contact: drnjohnson2020@gmail.com

Karen Palmer

Karen Palmer is Founder of Globalkindness Going Viral and Puppy Love Revolution. She is a singer and songwriter who writes uplifting music in the style of Weird Al mindful parodies. These are songs of compassion and kindness with mindful, conscious lyrics that raise the vibration on the planet. She is a best-selling author and creates musical coloring books, toys, and games to raise the levels of compassion, gratitude, joy, kindness, and Peace On Earth.

Visit globalkindnesstv.org to learn more.

11 Days of Global Unity coloring book on Amazon.

Contact: karensyv@yahoo.com

ShaRon Rea

ShaRon Rea works as a Life and Family Coach, educating and inspiring parents and children to live together with love, respect and cooperation. She is the Founder of the Global Movement – No Judgment. Just Love. ShaRon invites us to move beyond judgments that divide, to consciously lead with LOVE in our thoughts, words and actions.


Founder of the Global Movement No Judgment. Just Love.®

Champion for Outstanding Family Relationships

Shamia Lodge

Shamia Lodge is an Human Resource leader with over 15 years as a corporate professional. She is a certified Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion expert and a fellow at CEO Action for Racial Equity.

Where she leads a corporate engagement strategy focused on mobilizing untapped talent by de-stigmatizing reentry through support of fair chance hiring.

She is interim president of ReInventing ReEntry, started by Sue Ellen Allen



FOR MORE INFO: Sheri@AngelLadyMovie.com

Douglas McNeill Reed

Douglas McNeill Reed is a military veteran and dedicated social justice/mental health advocate. He currently serves as the Director of Partnerships for Black Men Heal. He has lectured in courses at Columbia University. that address concerns regarding correctional systems and institutions. Doug is well known as a face of Black Men Heal as the host of King’s Corner-a free weekly virtual mental health support group that has serviced over 1000 men across the country.

email: mcneillreed@gmail.com



“The  Slumber Party from Hell” by  Sue Ellen Allen


Sue Ellen’s  BRILLIANT Ted Talk: “RE-inventing RE-Entry”

Reinventing Reentry – Sue Ellen’s legacy org and simulation workshop. 

A new research paper from the Square One Project at Columbia University offers the first comprehensive review of experimental social policy interventions that can end mass incarceration.

Second Chances Program in Ocala

This special recorded livestream of the TRF Lowell 20th Anniversary “Horse Show” presents the horses and the women of the Second Chances program as they work together, every day, to care for one another and to build brighter futures.

Prepare to be inspired!

Angel Horses: Divine Messengers of Hope

A lovely collection of the hope and healing from contact with horses. 


JOIN the ANGEL LADY Movie Talk Book Club! 

Friday, 4/01 5-5:30 CST

First assignment: Sue Ellen’s Book

“Slumber Party from Hell”

First Discussion with Team Leaders from Sue Ellen’s legacy organization,”Reinventing Reentry.”

Friday, 4/01 5-5:30 CST

Email your interest: sheri@angelladymovie.com