Development Guild DDI is pleased to announce that Pamela Camara will be joining Enable, Inc. as its new President & CEO.
Pamela joins Enable, Inc. with over 30 years of experience in human services. For the past 19 years, Pamela has worked at HopeWell, Inc., starting as a Program Director in 2003 overseeing a foster care program. Most recently, she has served as Vice President of Child & Family Programs, where she has been responsible for the strategy and overall operations of seven Comprehensive Foster Care and Family Support and Stabilization Programs. Prior to her tenure at HopeWell, Inc., Pamela worked for the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families for 13 years. There, she held multiple roles including Quality Assurance Supervisor, Program Development Specialist, and Child Protective Social Worker and Investigator. Pamela is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with a Master of Education in Mental Health Counseling. She also holds a Certificate in Nonprofit Management and Leadership from the Institute of Nonprofit Practice.
In her new role, Pamela will serve as Enable’s third President & CEO in its over 40-year history. She will be responsible for Enable’s operations, functions and activities. Enable provides a range of services to children, families, and adults through a number of different community-based programs. Reporting to the Board of Directors, Pamela will oversee a budget of approximately $14M and oversee approximately 185 staff. Throughout her career, Pamela has been driven by a passion for supporting the children and families served through programs under her management. She is excited to take her passion and professional experience to her next role as President & CEO of Enable, Inc.
About Enable, Inc.
Founded in 1978, Enable, Inc. is a non-profit agency which provides a variety of educational, social, rehabilitative, and therapeutic services to children, adolescents, and adults. Enable creates a continuum of unique and innovative services that facilitate individual growth and family integration. These services, which are individually-centered, family-focused, and delivered in a developmental context, enable individuals to realize their potential. The organization is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children and the National Association for After School Programs.
For more information, visit: www.enableinc.org