Our Team

Angelia Freeman, BSB
Outreach Program Manager

Angelia has had a diverse background and career path. She grew up in Douglas County and completed her high school education at Oakland High School in 1984. Afterward, she pursued higher education and obtained an Applied Associate of Business and a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix.

After 22 years in banking and finance, Angelia made a significant career change by joining the Community Care Center (CCC). This transition allows her to shift her expertise and skills to contribute to a different sector. She was hired in June of 2012 to administer a three-year grant from the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation. A role which involved managing and overseeing the proper allocation and utilization of the grant funds for breast health education and support programs throughout the five southern counties in Oregon.

Over time, her role at CCC has expanded significantly. She now holds a position overseeing the research, development, and delivery of all of CCC’s outreach education programming. Additionally, Angelia oversees the CCC volunteer program, is actively involved in the organization’s marketing program, contributing to its promotional efforts, web development, and provider campaigns. Angelia also dedicates her time and expertise by volunteering on the CCC’s Investment, Safety, and Employee Engagement committees.

In her spare time, Angelia has pursued personal and professional development by earning professional certifications. She is a certified running coach (NCRC), a Level 1 Reiki instructor, a YTT certified yoga instructor, and a CDC certified Lifestyle Coach. Furthermore, she has obtained a professional grant writing certification (GWC), indicating her proficiency in securing program funding through grant applications and proposals.

Angelia’s background and involvement in her community, as well as her commitment to personal and professional growth, showcase her dedication and versatility toward her career, our community, and healthier lifestyle education. When asked about her career path and the CCC she replied, “I love my job. Everyday I have a purpose and I feel it with my passion.”