Manager, Communications and Outreach
Kansas City Royals
Angel McGee is a native of Kansas City, MO and has spent her entire career within the professional sports industry working with game entertainment, community relations and youth sports programs. She graduated from Truman State University in 2012, where she received her Bachelor's degree in Communications with emphasis in journalism and also minored in Spanish.
She serves as the Manager of Communication and Outreach for the Kansas City MLB Urban Youth Academy, a non-profit youth organization that operates under the Kansas City Royals. In her role, she is responsible for the development and implementation of community outreach strategies that support the Academy's mission using marketing and communications initiatives, including corporate, community and school partnerships, social media, events and Academy programming.
Angel joined the Kansas City Royals organization in 2013 as a Mascot Assistant and also worked part-time as a member of the Game crew. During the 2016 season, she served as the Kansas City Royals' Event Presentation and Production intern before transitioning into her current role in 2017. Simultaneously, she worked with the Kansas City Chiefs as a Play 60 Youth Outreach Guide and Play 60 School Assembly host. She has also worked as a Field Coordinator with the Chief's Game Entertainment department for the past six seasons.
In the community, she has served as a Chamber Ambassador for the Kansas City Chamber of Commerce, a VIP (Visitor Influencer Program) member for Visit KC and the 18th & Vine Branding & Marketing committee. She is also part of the 2019-2020 class for the Kauffman Foundation Education Cohort and is in her fourth year as a Scholarship Reviewer for the KC Scholars program. She also serves in various volunteer capacities within the Kansas City community.