NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, November 12 – Pamela Madison has been named the Chief Executive Officer of Monroe Harding. Having served at Monroe Harding since 2008, Madison assumed the role of interim CEO in August. Prior to that time, she held the position of Senior Director of Young Adult Engagement and Opportunities at the agency. Before joining Monroe Harding, Madison worked at Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee and the United Way of Rutherford County.
“On behalf of the Board, I want to congratulate Pam on being named CEO,” said Chris Wyatt, Chair of the agency’s Board of Directors. “Pam has a long history of service with the organization and is a tremendous colleague, leader and advocate for vulnerable young people. We have great confidence in her ability to lead the organization and to continue our mission of changing young people’s lives in the Middle Tennessee area.”
“I am beyond grateful to continue working for and supporting our youth, young adults and families in this capacity.” said Madison. “They are the reason we all come to work every day. I am also honored to lead an amazing team of professionals dedicated to the success of our youth and young adults.”
Monroe Harding is a nonprofit organization dedicated to making meaningful change in the lives of children and young adults, from birth to age 26, in Middle Tennessee. Having cared for over 16,000 children since 1893, Monroe Harding provides homes, healing, and opportunities through safe, healthy, and nurturing environments in their Foster Care and Supportive Housing programs and educational support and workforce development at their Youth Connections Resource Center. For more information about Monroe Harding and its services, visit monroeharding.org.