We are thrilled to announce that Pam Fitzpatrick has accepted the position as the Consortium’s new Salasin Project Director beginning on Monday August 27, 2018!
Pam Fitzpatrick comes to Salasin Project with many years’ experience working in the social service field. In one of her more recent long-term positions, she worked as the Director in a non-profit agency partnering with families to have a voice and decide on the best services to meet their needs. While there, she managed a large budget and stretched resources to serve many individuals and families in the Franklin and Hampshire Counties.
Pam believes in resilience and the power of community. She has witnessed many people overcome great hardships and challenges. She believes in the ability to change and the realization of potential. She received her Master’s Degree in New York City at Hunter College School of Social Work and later went on to get her LICSW. In one of her roles she had the distinct pleasure of working with Maria Rodman where she furthered her knowledge of Trauma Informed Care.
Faith, family and friends are three extremely important gifts that help to balance day-to-day living for Pam. She can often be counted on to carry a small bottle of bubbles and believes that sometimes it is the simplest of things that bring the greatest joy. Her husband Mike and their rescue dog Cleo, short for Cleopatra, enjoy hiking, camping and relaxing in all four seasons of New England (well maybe not the camping).