In August 2018, Pamela Y. George was appointed Executive Director of Serving All Vessels Equally, Incorporated in Norwalk, Connecticut. Pamela is a trained clinical therapist with over 30 years in higher education and executive leadership.
Additionally, Pamela is an adjunct professor of Psychology at the University of Bridgeport and the lead education specialist/coordinator for peer-assisted support services and Supplemental Instruction at Norwalk Community College.
Prior to working in Fairfield County, Pamela spent 18 years as Assistant Dean of Yale College in New Haven, CT. From 1999-2010 she served as Assistant Dean of Students and Director of the Afro-American Cultural Center where she oversaw all aspects of Black student life and alumni relations at Yale, provided academic advising to a broad-range of freshmen and sophomores, coordinated the Freshmen Ethnic Counselor Program, served as founding member of the Freshman Scholars at Yale committee for first generation students and inaugural chair of the Intercultural Affairs Committee, directed the Beckman Science Scholars and the Science, Technology and Research Scholars program, (STARS) as well as coordinated the Amy Rossborough Fellowship at the Women’s Center. In the fall of 2010, Pamela was promoted to Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs where she served as Secretary and Convener for the Yale College Executive Committee - the student conduct and disciplinary board, Chair of Reinstatement/Readmission and Director of the Transfer Student Program.
Previously, Pamela worked extensively within psychology and therapeutic practice. In her hometown of Oakland, California, she worked in the Office of Academic Advising at Support Services at Saint Mary’s College of California, directed the Adolescent Family Life Program for Pregnant and Parenting Teens through Maternal and Child Health in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties and provided clinical services to adolescents and families throughout the Bay Area.