Angie is a native of St. Louis, Missouri. She graduated from the University of Tennessee in Chattanooga with a BS degree in Education and obtained her Master’s in Education from Middle Tennessee State University.
Angie brings an extensive and varied work history with her to Auldern. She began her work in the residential treatment industry in 1986 as a Recreation Therapist with the Hospital Corporation of America in Chattanooga, TN. She then became a Residential Counselor with Three Springs at the Paint Rock Valley Program in 1992. Angie served many roles in her 13 years with Three Springs and led programs in three different locations. Her many roles with Three Springs included Counselor, Counselor Supervisor, Assistant Administrator, Special Projects Manager, Executive Director, and Director of Organizational Development. Most recently, Angie served as the Executive Director of Eagle Summit School for Boys in Silex, Missouri; a program she helped developed and began in 2009.
Angie has a deep passion and commitment for her work with youth and has devoted her professional career to working with youth and families. “I do believe it takes a Village to raise a child and I am extremely dedicated and committed to building the types of therapeutic settings that are safe, supportive and where students and families truly thrive and heal.” Outside of her professional work, Angie’s passions include spending time with her daughter and working with young people. She has coached youth soccer, basketball and softball at a recreational and high school level. She is also a big “sports fanatic” and avid outdoors person, enjoying such activities as hiking, canoeing, gardening, hunting, and fishing.
Director of Support Services
Cindy Koszulinski joined Auldern in March 2012 as the Director of Support Services. Cindy has an extensive background in retail management, office accounting, payroll, customer services and human resources. She has also devoted many years volunteering her time with children in scouting, sports and school organizations. Cindy’s passion is her family. Originally from Fayetteville, NC, Cindy and her husband moved to Siler City to create their home and build a supportive community of friends as they raised their children. In her spare time, she enjoys going to the beach or lake, fishing and boating. She loves the outdoors. She believes that children represent our future and is passionate about helping them grow into productive citizens, using their talents for the betterment of all. She is excited to work with the Auldern students, families and staff to support and encourage everyone as they grow.