About Pamela

Pamela Gerloff’s life journey centers around the exploration of Truth. She is a writer, consultant, and visionary educator who aims high, inviting others into greater possibilities. She seeks, fundamentally, to transform—herself and others, organizations and society, and the collective consciousness of the planet. Her abiding passion is to change our collective understanding of the purpose and practice of schooling and to transform how we bring about change on the planet—moving away from struggle and conflict into ease and grace. She holds a doctorate in Human Development from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education, where she began to explore two basic questions: Why don’t schools change? and How can we effect change with ease?

She is founder and president of Compelling Vision, her own consulting business, and the Global Possibility Project, which is now emerging through her work with the dignity movement in Bangladesh. Her published works include the book Dignity for All: How to Create a World without Rankism, co-authored with Robert W. Fuller and translated into Bangla. Known as “Possibility Pamela,” Dr. Gerloff writes “The Possibility Paradigm,” a column on www.psychologytoday.com and is an occasional featured blogger on www.huffingtonpost.com. Pamela’s own compelling vision is a planet where children joyfully discover their gifts and offer them to a wonder-filled world that receives them fully.