Renee Post

Assistant Professor, Communications Coordinator
Academic Divisions - Arts, Humanities
Fine & Performing Arts Building
856-691-8600, 1470
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B.A. Elizabethtown College
M.A. Rowan University
Ed.D. Wilmington University

Assistant Professor Renee Post of the college’s Arts & Humanities Division has been teaching at Cumberland since 2011. She teaches and coordinates all the communications courses including: Communications, Journalism, Public Relations, and Television/Digital Media Production, Effective Speech, and Entertainment Technologies Certificate.

She is the advisor for Media Communications club and Co-Advisor for PTK, CCC’s student honors society. She volunteers for CCC’s Talent Show, Poetry Slam, One Book One College and Student Activities (SAAC). She was selected as CCC’s Professor of the Year in 2014.

Post is currently enrolled in Wilmington University’s Organizational Leadership & Innovation Doctoral program. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Elizabethtown College in 1992 and her Master of Arts degree from Rowan University in 1994.

Post is also a Rowan University adjunct faculty member teaching Fundraising & Development (Graduate Level) as well as Integrated College Composition and Public Speaking since 1998.

Her awards, grants and fellowships include ELF funding secured for CCC program equipment, Department of Education Writing and Resource Center grant for Rowan’s Camden Campus, New Jersey Cultural Trust Strategic Planning Grant, New Jersey State Council on the Arts four-year Staffing Grant, Gloucester County Cultural & Heritage Commission Art Grants, Target, Inc. Community Partners in the Arts Grant, Juvenile Justice Department grant for Boys and Girls Club of Paulsboro, and Rowan University Graduate Assistantship-Marketing and Publications.

She has consulted for Literacy Volunteers of America and Big Brothers Big Sisters of America. She also volunteers for the American Red Cross and her children’s Home & School and Soccer Associations.

Post is passionate about communication, education and the performing arts. During the summers, as Executive Director, she manages the 25-year old theater company, Learning Stages, teaching young people about the theater process through educational workshops.

She resides in Pitman, NJ with her husband Dean, her children, Owen (13) and Abigail (11), and her dogs, Roxie and Reggie (adopted from Cumberland’s SPCA).