Spotlight: Pam Flora

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Written by Kristen Minichello

We are grateful for Pam’s ongoing commitment to The Children’s Center of Medina County. She has served on our team as a volunteer for many years, starting at our former building on Highland Road and continuing at our location on East Smith.

We asked Pam to share a little bit more about herself so that we could all get to know her a little better.


How did you get involved with The Children’s Center?

I was friends with a few staff and board members and knew what a great cause it was/is. I wanted to do more than write a check.


What is your current role at CCMC?

I’m a volunteer. I manage the donor database, track fundraising, and whatever else they need me to help with. My efforts mainly assist development.


What are you most proud of in your work with The Center?

These people do amazing and critical work with the children that come through our doors. If I can work behind the scenes and free them up to do so, that is my goal.


What is the best compliment you have ever received? 

I’ve been told my positive attitude is infectious, also annoying : ) I hope more the former.


When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?

A lawyer. Ha . . . never got close to that.


What would we most likely find you doing on the weekend?

If the weather is decent, I’m out biking, hiking, golfing, playing tennis, snowboarding or paddleboarding. If not, hanging out with my family or friends, or reading & relaxing.


What is one song you have completely memorized?

Any and every current Broadway Musical . . . . the entire soundtracks.


What does the community need to know about The Children’s Center?

That there are many children who experience some really awful things. The people at The Children’s Center are dedicated to helping these kids and improving their lives. I’m amazed by them every day.

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