Advancement, Governance, and Mentorship For Independent Schools
Putting her Experience to Work
Pam knows that teaching is a learnable craft and spent her career working with students and teachers to make learning both positive and successful. She taught literature and writing at Groton School for 18 years before becoming a Head of School, first at The Masters School and later at Trevor Day School where she learned a great deal about teaching younger students. While Head of several schools, Pam taught sections of English and particularly enjoyed working with those students who need or want extra teaching time.
With Masters’ degrees in Classics from Yale and Counseling from Harvard, Pam has increased her skills consistently over her many years of teaching and administrating. She has offered workshops at national conferences and taught at The Head’s Network Leadership Conference for Women (over twenty years) and at the NAIS workshop for new Heads (three years). She has consulted with several schools on matters of governance and administration and is looking to teach and work with students and adults.