Angrboda is very much so represented in Rokkatru, Rokkr cosmology to be associated with diversity- as she teaches us a multitude valued traits, both which can be emulated by the jotun and humans . Giving her notable titles such as: The Hag of the Ironwood, Hagia, and The Mother of Wolves.
From what we know of her in the various sagas, many factors made her a notable and unique figure of gender and culture. As she is described in literature and by some of her devotees to have a very muscular build, very tall, have hair that appears to be " the color of dried animal or human blood ", and often even wearing masculine articles of clothing. Being a divinity that stood out, she represents individualism , survival is strength .
Angrboda gave birth to Hela, Fenrir, and Iormungandr and eventually Fenfir's children Skoll and Hati. Her matrilineal line to her race, as well as her role as a fertile being associates her with a maternal figure . Along with representing maternity, Angrboda is a strong , able lover . Her marriage to Loki is one not to dismiss. As their marriage is more a suitable consort than anything. Due to his second marriage to Sigyn. Angrboda thus adapts to the polyamorous lifestyle willingly and without insecurity.
Angrboda was also a chieftess, warrior, seer, Lupine shape-shifter, and much, much more .
Her rule is not diversity. But it is her embodiment of various collective traits and essence itself that teaches us diversity.
**These sites dedicated to Angrboda/Rokkatru devotes and heathens could give you some further insight on her other influential aspects and lore: