Angus is a seasoned non-profit leader who started his career as a Direct Care staff and has worked his way through the ranks to various positions of increasing responsibility. Currently, Angus is the Executive Director of the Kinney Center for Autism Education and Support at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, PA where he leads a team responsible for training and educating the professionals of tomorrow while serving individuals and families effected by autism today. Immediately prior to joining the Kinney Center, Angus worked at Variety – the Children’s Charity of the Delaware Valley, where he spent 12 years (4 as the CEO) focused on providing out of school programming for children and transition age youth with disabilities that would prepare them for adulthood.
Angus’s background has provided him with a wealth of experience in non-profit leadership including but not limited to; fundraising, program oversight, marketing and communications, event planning, board management, financial acumen, government and agency relations, long term strategy, etc.
Angus earned a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Massachusetts and a Master’s degree in Non-Profit Leadership from the University of Pennsylvania. He also earned a certification in leadership from Leadership Philadelphia a premiere organization that trains future leaders of the Philadelphia region and beyond. Angus has over 25 years of experience working with non-profits and people with disabilities.
Angus lives outside of Philadelphia with his wife and two children.