February 23, 2022 –Palm Health Foundation, the community health foundation for Palm Beach County, has appointed Pamela Perrin as stewardship officer and Brandy Shaw as administrative coordinator. Perrin and Shaw will fulfill important roles in advancing the foundation’s $100 million philanthropic mission to inspire and fund solutions for better health in Palm Beach County through community collaboration.
Perrin, a Boca Raton resident, will provide expertise in relationship and project management, assisting with donor management, communications, events and other activities. She brings extensive nonprofit experience to the foundation as former chief operating officer of the American Association of Caregiving Youth and former director of development for the George Snow Scholarship Fund. His skills and knowledge in operations leadership, grant management, and organizational growth through philanthropic giving will be strong assets to the Palm Health Foundation.
Perrin has long been involved in causes related to health and education. She collaborated with colleagues at the National Scholarship Providers Association to produce a white paper titled “Maximizing Student Awards” and served on the committee for the Quantum Foundation’s Healthcare Career Pipeline Network. She has also served as a committee member for the Palm Beach County Student Urgent Relief Fund and the Palm Health Foundation’s “Thank A Nurse” campaign. Perrin is a graduate of The Berkeley School and holds an associate’s degree in child development from Palm Beach State College.
Shaw will provide high-level administrative support to the President and CEO and assist the accounting and grants departments with effective communications, planning, data management and policy compliance. Her fifteen years of experience as an early childhood, primary and adult educator, and in several non-profit organizations working for children and families, are skills and talents that will benefit the foundation. .
Shaw is a graduate of Florida Atlantic University and has lived and worked in South Florida for over 20 years. She resides in Lake Worth Beach with her husband and three children.
“Both Pam and Brandy have a strong track record of connecting and partnering with the community in meaningful ways,” said Patrick McNamara, president and CEO of the Palm Health Foundation. “They each bring unique talents to engage others in building a culture of health where everyone thrives. We are delighted to have them join our team. »
About the Palm Health Foundation
Palm Health Foundation is Palm Beach County’s community health foundation. With donor support and a focus on results, the foundation builds strong community partnerships, respects diverse opinions, advocates for its most vulnerable neighbors, and inspires innovative solutions to lead change for better health now and for generations to come. The foundation supports health equity for Palm Beach County residents of all backgrounds, heritage, education, income and states of well-being. The Palm Health Foundation has invested more than $89 million in health in Palm Beach County since 2001. For more information about the Palm Health Foundation, visit palmhealthfoundation.org or call (561) 833-6333.