Angie Rogers-Howell is a Wife, Mom, Step-mom, Nonnie, Small Business Owner, and much more. In 2012, she took a risk and took the last paycheck from her previous job to start her own marketing firm, Farmhouse Creative. A self proclaimed “Print Geek” she’s always on the lookout for ways to help her clients put their best marketing foot forward.
Angie believes in the power of women and actively strives to empower the lives of women around her. In 2017, Angie received the Vivian Z. Conley Award, honoring women who push for equality and empowerment of women and children and was a nominee for the ATHENA Young Professional Award. In the August 2015 issue of Muncie Magazine, Angie was recognized as one of East Central Indiana’s “20 under 40″ recipients. Angie was awarded the 2014 Spirit of Small Business Award from the Muncie Chamber of Commerce. Also in 2014, she was awarded the Indiana Small Business Development Center’s EDGE Award.
Angie is a member of the Altrusa Club of Muncie, Women in Business Unlimited (WIBU), and a graduate of Shafer Leadership Academy’s Emergence program. You might also see her on stage singing and dancing at Muncie Civic Theatre. She serves as a member of the Muncie Civic Theatre's board of directors as well as serves as the Immediate Past-President and Treasurer for WIBU.
On the home front, Angie is wife to Matt; mom to ZuZu; Step-Mom to Austin, Madison, and Holden; Nonnie to Ian and Ellie. She lives on her husband’s family farm in Farmland along with her crazy family, Jessi the Dog, and a brood of barn cats too numerous to count. In her free time, Angie enjoys reading, watching trashy TV, and crafting.
Episode | March 26th, 2019 | 37 mins 51 secs
While we are on vacation this week, we thought you would enjoy a special interview with Betty Kendall of Muncie. Betty Kendall was born in 1916 on Valentine’s Day in Albany, IN. She has resided in Muncie since 1918 except for 15 years in Birmingham, MI, during the last 15 years of her husband’s (Thomas Kendall) long career with General Motors. Upon his retirement, they moved back to Muncie and she's been here ever since.
Episode | March 19th, 2019 | 30 mins 50 secs
Angie and Matt talk about working with each other, we interview Jena Ashby of Muncie Habitat for Humanity and Angie tells us what she hates about Facebook Marketplace.
Episode | March 12th, 2019 | 28 mins 38 secs
On this episode of Good Girl Gone Boss we talk about Angie breaking arms, interview Gay Nation of Westminster Village and find out just how much email misuse infuriates Angie.
Episode | March 5th, 2019 | 31 mins 53 secs
Angie and Matt talk about Easter, we interview Amanda Kishel, and Angie talks about being a female business owner.
Episode | February 26th, 2019 | 44 mins 5 secs
Double Shot! We interview Kyndra Haggard and Kari Wissel on this episode of Good Girl Gone Boss.
Episode | February 19th, 2019 | 31 mins 34 secs
On this episode of Good Girl Gone Boss we talk about modesty cloths, interview Dawn Hines of Edward Jones and find out why Audia is screaming.
Episode | February 12th, 2019 | 47 mins 55 secs
On this episode of Good Girl Gone Boss, we talk about starting Farmhouse Creative, we interview Kaitlyn Winkle and we talk about Angie's singing career.
Episode | February 5th, 2019 | 41 mins 40 secs
On this episode of Gone Boss, Angie talks about her music growing up, we interview Amy Logan of the Ball State Career Center, and Angie tells us 'what she hates'.
Episode | January 29th, 2019 | 37 mins 11 secs
On this episode of Good Girl Gone Boss, Angie talks about living in Texas & California, we interview Tisha Gierhart of Shafer Leadership Academy and Audia has questions.
Episode | January 22nd, 2019 | 32 mins 26 secs
We interview Carolyn "Buffy" Grieves, Angie talks about bible college and we discuss living and working together.
Episode | January 14th, 2019 | 23 mins 12 secs
Matt & Angie interview Peggy Cenova of the Indiana Small Business Development Center (ISBDC)
Episode | December 30th, 2018 | 26 mins 31 secs
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Matt and Angie talk about starting the podcast, interview WaTasha Barnes Griffin and then Angie tells us 'what she hates'.