Mrs. Pam Gould was first elected to the school board in 2012. She brings years of executive experience from the industries of healthcare, hospitality and entertainment.

At Orlando Health, beginning in 1990, Mrs. Gould worked in the Finance Division before becoming the chief development officer for the Health Research Institute and Trauma Center.

In 2000, she joined Health Central as the vice president of Community Relations and the president of the Health Central Foundation. There, she increased community involvement and annual philanthropic revenue to support programs and fulfill capital needs. Duties included executive management and funding for the School Nurse Program and creation-collaborations to provide healthcare for uninsured children.

In 2007, Mrs. Gould joined Island One Resorts. As senior vice president her executive responsibilities included payroll, benefits, government relations, human resources, creative communications, public relations, new product development, facilities management and business planning/forecasting. She was able to establish a new business model for the Human Resources division and started Island One Foundation.

Having achieved measurable success in for-profit and non-profit environments, Pam repeatedly creates bridges and engineers collaborations that affect positive change in our communities. She has a passion for creative solutions to education issues.

Pam is also a native of Pittsfield, MA, married her high-school sweetheart, and, after college, moved to New York City where she worked Broadway and off-Broadway theatre as a producer, managing everything from finances to marketing. After years in New York, the couple sought a sunny quality of life in Orlando, Florida. Mrs. Gould became very involved in the community holding leadership roles in the healthcare, hospitality and not-for-profit industries. Most importantly she and her husband started their family. They have two sons and both are graduates from Olympia High School.

  • Facilities Live Town Hall, Part 1: Welcome and Introductions
  • Facilities Live Town Hall, Part 2: How Does OCPS Plan Schools?
  • Facilities Live Town Hall, Part 3: How Does OCPS Decide Which Schools to Build First?