Angela Post, MA, BCBA, LBA, is the new appointed Director of Admissions for AbleLight College in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
AbleLight College will open at Concordia University Ann Arbor in Fall 2022, providing young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities an exceptional opportunity to learn and grow through a true college experience.
Post has nearly a decade of experience working directly with individuals and families affected by disability and is passionate about teaching skills necessary for overall independence.
“The opportunity to bridge my passion for working with young adults and their families affected by disability and my faith is a dream come true,” said Post. “I am excited to see lives changed while serving in this role!”
Born and raised in Ypsilanti, Michigan, Angela graduated from Eastern Michigan University in 2016 with a Bachelor of General Studies with general education and integrated special education as areas of emphasis. Two years later, she obtained her Master of Applied Behavior Analysis from Ball State University and went on to obtain certification as a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst shortly afterwards.
As a BCBA, Angela has experience working with a diverse range of ages and abilities across multiple settings. Her focus at AbleLight College is on recruitment of new students and to serve as the day-to-day point person on campus at Concordia University Ann Arbor. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with friends, her recently-adopted dog Lilly, playing piano, and line dancing.
More about AbleLight
AbleLight College is one of many services AbleLight provides people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, striving to meet the needs of the whole person through their whole life. Other areas of focus include providing safe and loving homes, ensuring financial security, promoting independence and wellbeing, innovation and technology, and supporting community and faith connections.
Additional AbleLight College programs are anticipated on college and university campuses across the country.
In January 2022, Bethesda became AbleLight. Bethesda is a national leader in pioneering life-changing services that empower people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to thrive. Founded in 1904 in Wisconsin, Bethesda promotes independence and inclusion across the U.S. through comprehensive and individualized supports that include housing, employment, financial services, assistive technology and much more. For details, visit Bethesda’s website, or follow them on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or Instagram.
Questions about AbleLight College?
Contact Angela Post, Director of Admissions for AbleLight College at Concordia University Ann Arbor. She can be reached at Angela.Post@cuaa.edu or (734) 995-7274.
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