Pam Sampson Joins Venture Senior Team
Accomplished Human Services Professional Named as Vice President of Community & Affiliate Services
Sturbridge – Venture Community Services, one of the Commonwealth’s leading providers of innovative human services has announced the selection of Pam Sampson as its new Vice President of Community & Affiliate Services. In this role, Pam will be responsible for division wide operations and service delivery oversight for 44 Community Residences, Shared Living, Adult Foster Care, In Home Supports and Affiliate Services. She will be the primary business liaison to all outside stakeholders and will ensure the execution of deliverables associated with strategic initiatives for the department.
Pam brings over 25 years of professional experience to Venture and has strong history of management and oversight in the human services field. She most recently served as the Regional Director for The Kennedy-Donovan Center’s New Bedford adult programs which included Shared Living, Adult Foster Care, Acquired Brain Injury, Individual Supports, Day Habilitation and Intensive Flexible Family Supports. She also provided program supervision at locations in Milford and throughout Cape Cod. Prior to her tenure at Kennedy-Donovan Center, Pam was employed with Alternatives Unlimited in Whitinsville and held various positions from Residential Counselor and Residential Coordinator to Director of Program Development for Community Based Day and Employment Supports.
“We are very pleased to have Pam join our Senior Management Team.” said Venture President & CEO Mike Hyland. “She brings extensive experience and leadership skills to our programs along with a commitment to our mission. Pam will be instrumental in bringing forward innovative ideas and initiatives that will positively impact the agency and the individuals and families we support.”
Pam received a Graduate Certificate in Non-profit Administration and Finance from Suffolk University in Boston and a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and Business Administration from New England College in Henniker, New Hampshire.