B.S. in Religion and Anthropology, M.A. in Counseling
Lou Adams, has 30 years of experience in vocational rehabilitation. His titles have included: National Training Director for the Consortia of Administrators for Native American Rehabilitation (CANAR), Deputy and Executive Director for the State of Michigan’s Rehabilitation Services, Organizational Consultant and Counselor.
Lou has also provided strategic planning to Community Mental Health agencies, non-profits and in K-12 schools. As a consultant Lou has worked with public Vocational Rehabilitation, Independent Living, Higher Education and with the Republic of Korea in Seoul, South Korea.
Further, Lou has contributed to a number of research activities in Vocational Rehabilitation, has presented at numerous national conferences and is a published author.
Lou holds a B.S. in Religion and Anthropology and a M.A. in Counseling from Central Michigan University. He and his wife Dixie live on a lake in the North Central area of Michigan’s Lower Peninsula where they enjoy spending time with their many children and grandchildren.