Raegan Mallaney Gyorffy, LCSW, MBA, named AbleLight Vice President of Clinical Services

Strategic leader in non-profit management and program development joins AbleLight to elevate clinical services for individuals with developmental disabilities.

 DENVER – Raegan Mallaney Gyorffy, LCSW, MBA, joins AbleLight as Vice President of Clinical Services. With an impressive background in non-profit management, program development, and strategic leadership, Raegan brings invaluable expertise to the AbleLight team in program development, implementation, and evaluation. 

As the top clinical leader in the organization, Gyorffy will ensure the clinical services AbleLight delivers to individuals with developmental disabilities support the whole person, are grounded in evidence-based practices, supported by clinical outcomes, and meet all service and regulatory expectations. She will continuously evolve the quality of our services across all intellectual and developmental disability (IDD) service lines and all markets. Behavioral health, quality and nursing teams will report directly to Gyorffy, and she will work in close collaboration with operations and compliance. 

Before joining AbleLight, Gyorffy held significant roles in organizations dedicated to enhancing community well-being. She oversaw hospice, volunteer and bereavement programs and ensured compliance with industry standards, while reducing spending and increasing service offerings. Gyorffy’s commitment to community well-being extends beyond her professional roles. She has actively engaged with organizations like the Women Leaders Association and the Boulder County Substance Use Advisory Council. 

Gyorffy holds an MBA from Western Governors University, Millcreek, Utah; a Master of Social Work from Spalding University, Louisville, Kentucky; and a Bachelor of Arts in Social Work from the University of Kentucky, and she’s a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Colorado. 

“Raegan has consistently demonstrated her ability to excel under pressure while maintaining a supportive and compassionate approach,” said Juli Frank, Chief Operating Officer. “She is a dynamic and strategic leader, adept at employing lean and process improvement techniques to meet budgetary needs and build efficient programs.” 

“I am thrilled to be joining the team at AbleLight,” said Gyorffy. “As a non-profit leader, I am drawn to the organization’s deep commitment to mission and purpose. Joining this program with its rich history of service to others is truly an honor. The clear dedication of the AbleLight staff is exciting. I’m looking forward to enhancing and expanding our services to help more individuals with developmental disabilities thrive.” 



About AbleLight 

AbleLight is a national leader in pioneering life-changing services that empower people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to thrive. Founded in 1904 in Wisconsin as a Christian mission, AbleLight promotes independence and inclusion across the U.S. through comprehensive and individualized supports that include housing, employment, spiritual life and much more. For details, go to AbleLight.org, like our Facebook page and follow us on LinkedIn.