During her fifteen-year social work career, Pam Turos served as director of social work, emergency department case manager, and hospice bereavement coordinator in addition to other roles.

In 2015, Turos transitioned into a new role as a communications consultant for several Cleveland area nonprofits, and her work evolved into the three focus areas outlined below.

  • Nonprofit Consulting. Turos provides coaching and project/planning support to a select group of education and equity-focused nonprofit clients. Specializing in small to mid-sized organizations, she has developed a simple and realistic workflow process to help small nonprofit teams identify and reach their communication goals.


  • Education advocacy. Turos was elected to serve on the Euclid City Schools board of education in November 2021. In this role, she is recognized for her commitment to transparent leadership, stakeholder engagement, and high expectations for Euclid students, teachers, administrators, and elected officials.


  • Leadership Development. Most community organizers and activists don’t think of themselves as leaders in the traditional sense. As a leadership coach with the Mandel Foundation’s Cleveland Neighborhood Leadership Development Program, Turos works with longtime Cleveland mayor Michael R. White using a research-based coaching model to equip grassroots community leaders with the knowledge, skills, and connections to bring about sustainable change in their communities. 
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