ABS Collective is a boutique production company that offers a collaborative experience, covering the areas of live event production, logistics, project management, sponsorship and branding. While heading the company, Bibbs-Sanders has been integral in helping organizations, creatives and industry executives reach their professional goals and aspirations. She's worked closely with some of the best and brightest talent in the entertainment world, including Stevie Wonder, HBO Diversity Marketing, NBC Universal, The Guild of Music Supervisors, The Black Entertainment Sports Lawyers Association (BESLA), and Rickey Minor, Emmy award winning music director.
Prior to launching ABS Collective, Bibbs-Sanders joined The Recording Academy (GRAMMYs) in 1997 as Executive Director of the Los Angeles chapter. In 2001, she was promoted to Vice President of The Recording Academy's Western Region. In this role, she managed membership outreach efforts, programs, and services for all six Western offices and was instrumental in the membership growth of the organization. In November 2003, Bibbs-Sanders was appointed Vice President, Member Services; her responsibilities then included the oversight of all 12 Academy offices nationwide, the Producers and Engineers Wing, and the development and implementation of new initiatives like The Recording Academy Honors, GRAMMY Jam, and the GRAMMY University Network.
As an executive who has always believed in community service and using her voice impact the lives of others, Bibbs-Sanders is very active with charitable and community-based organizations. She has served as a Trustee for the Center of Early Education and currently sits on executive committees for the Cedars-Sinai Brain Trust, City of Hope, and Council of Urban Professionals.
With ABS Collective, Angelia has been able to combine her love of giving back with her production skillset and tenacity; this combination has spawned countless successful projects and events, such as Stevie Wonder’s House Full of Toys.