Angeley  Mullins

Angeley Mullins

Global E-Commerce, Marketing, and Social Business

Currently employed at The Poverty Musuem

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    An accomplished strategy, marketing, and business development professional, Angeley has been successful bringing businesses and ideas to market. Her experience is broad across multiple industries including E-Commerce, finance, retail, and SaaS/ Internet. She has led marketing for global exports at as well as business development projects at Lehman Brothers. She is also the Co-Founder and head of Marketing for the Poverty Museum. Angeley Mullins has led globalization for where she lead marketing and go to market initiatives for 68 countries and nine marketplaces around the world. She has led major globally trademarked campaigns, key country launches and strategic partnerships with Square, Discover card, and American express. Angeley specializes in Global e-commerce, marketing, and business development for key verticals in the e-commerce, retail, SaaS, and information technology industries. Prior to beginning her career, she attended the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management in Minneapolis, where she received her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Management. She holds a M.B.A from Benedictine University and post graduate education from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. A dedicated professional, Angeley Mullins holds membership in the American Marketing Association and has been certified as a Six Sigma Green Belt. Angeley Mullins also strives to give back to her community, participating in projects with the United Nations. Angeley also has a strong history of partnering with leaders of the Grameen Foundation for social business initiatives. Beginning with issues in Micro-Credit Finance, she has been an adviser for multiple brand strategy, marketing, and launch programs. She believes that through education, technology, and social awareness, we can solve some of the world’s greatest challenges including: Poverty Alleviation, Entrepreneurship, and access to Healthcare.



Co-Founder and Head of Marketing

At The Poverty Musuem

From 2015 to Present

Global Marketing and Global Expansion Lead

At Amazon

From 2012 to 2014

Benedictine University, Chicago, Il

Masters of Business Administration (MBA), Benedictine University

From January 2010 to January 2012
Marketing and International Business - Honors Society


  • Business Development
  • ECommerce
  • Marketing

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  • American Marketing Association