Pamla DL Johnson is a servant leader approaching all endeavors with her mantra,

The Degree To Which You Can Serve Is The Degree To Which You Can Lead!

Pamla graduated Summa Cum Lauda with a BS is Applied Management in Business as a member of Delta Mu Delta International Honor Society for Business Administration, and Alpha Sigma Lambda National Honor Society for Continuing Education and Lifelong Learning. She earned a Master of Public Administration with concentrations in Non-Profit Management and Public Management and accepted an invitation for membership with Pi Alpha Alpha National Honor Society for Public Affairs and Administration.

 

During her MPA program Capstone, she attained a specific skill-set enabling her to Design & Deploy a Survey and Outcomes & Needs Assessment while working for a University client through a project fully supported by the Social Science Department's Chairperson. The project's successful completion enabled faculty & administrators to improve training & assist in future student workforce successes. Pamla was charged with constructing an additional survey for that same University's Career Services Center as a bonus client gift. 

 

She served as Troy University’s first Public Administration Co-Teacher/Lecturer and Student Success Coach.

 

Pamla is an “Exceptional Subject Matter Expert Evaluator.” Since 2015, she has served as a Member on the Fulton County Community Services Program Evaluation Committee in Atlanta, GA. She also serves with The United Way of Greater Atlanta, initially as a 2015 - 2016 Community Investment Fund Evaluator (Education Area) and its revamped 2018-2019 Child Well-Being Investment Process Program as an Evaluator (Children & Youth Services, Disabilities, Economic Stability/Poverty, Homelessness, and Senior Services).  

 

As an intern with The Carter Center in Atlanta, GA, she gained valuable experience within the Principal Gifts Development, International Division, supporting fundraising, and relationship-building development with both current and prospective international donors.  Pamla's experience includes event coordination and donor events, Board of Councilor Meetings and portfolio research and development.  As well, Pamla prepared various proposals, and prospective briefing reports on The Carter Center Health Programs, partnerships and funding agreements.  Pamla also built portfolios for Asian and African organizations, governments, foundations, financial institutions and corporations utilized by President and Mrs. Carter and/or Major Gift Officers. 

 

In service and as a nonprofit volunteer, Pamla's passion involves assisting organizational efforts in delivering efficient, highly impactful, as well as continual improvement of services.  It is her delight to assist in the enrichment of the lives within the communities she serves while building better endeavors which ultimately facilitate the eradication of generational poverty.