McCoughtry is a five-time All-Star, two-time scoring champion, seven-time all-defensive player, and two-time Olympic gold medalist. She led the Atlanta Dream to three WNBA Finals appearances before taking the Las Vegas Aces to last year’s Finals. Additionally, McCoughtry is a social activist who championed the WNBA to place Breonna Taylor’s name on their jerseys, helping to shape the league’s commitment to social justice. McCoughtry used her influence as an athlete and community leader to help drive voter registration and turnout during the 2020 election.
Off the court, Angel personifies what it means to be more than an athlete with various ventures including owning McCoughtry’s Ice Cream Shop and executive producing films such as Mom’s Work, which recently won an LA Film Award. Additionally, Angel uses her influence as a professional athlete to elevate others. Through activism and mindfulness, she helps drive visibility for the underrepresented and provides mental balance for those seeking direction.