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Elizabeth Post

Elizabeth Post

Associate Professor
Social Work
Phone: (231) 591-2728
Email: [email protected]


  • MSW, Master of Social Work, Grand Valley State University, Social Work
  • BA, Kalamazoo College, French, Human Devel/Soc Relations


Elizabeth Post is an Assistant Professor at Ferris State University. She earned a dual Bachelor’s degree in French Literature and Human Development and Social Relations from Kalamazoo College and went on to earn her Master of Social Work degree from Grand Valley State University. She is a member of the National Association of Social Workers, is licensed as a clinical social worker in Michigan and also holds certifications in Core Supervision and as a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional. Elizabeth’s professional background is in homeless and housing services. She worked as the director of a large shelter in Northern Michigan, overseeing shelter and street outreach services, serving on the agency’s executive committee, and serving on Greater Grand Traverse Continuum of Care. She served as the vice president on the board of directors for Northern Michigan Supportive Housing from 2013- 2018.


  • Oral Presentation
    Hazelton, J., Post, E., CSWE, "Interdisciplinary Education to Promote Interprofesional Collaboration in the Fight Against Human Trafficking," CSWE, Orlando, FL, (November 11, 2018).
  • Oral Presentation
    Hazelton, J., Post, E., BPD, "Interprofessional Collaboration on Human Trafficking: Social Work, Hospitality Management and Computer Sciences," BPD, Atlanta, GA, (March 2018).
  • Oral Presentation
    Hazelton, J., Post, E., Kiio, K., Herrington, H., Lilly Conference, "Hospitality Management, Social Work and Computer Information Sciences: A Collaboration," Lilly Conference, Traverse City, MI, (October 2017).
  • Oral Presentation
    Post, E. (Presenter), Crozier, D. (Presenter), Smith, C. (Presenter), Michigan Association of Baccalaureate Social Work Educators, "Innovative Teaching for the 21st Century: Boomers, Gen X’s, and Millennials, OH MY," Michigan Association of Baccalaureate Social Work Educators, Saginaw, MI, (March 31, 2016).