Pam Harris

Kansas City, KS - “Singing In The Rain, While Smiling Through The Pain” 
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Pam is a woman of integrity and purpose. Known for her heart of “encouragement”, she believes that everyone has a purpose and spiritual gifts that should be used to build the Kingdom of God.

 

Professionally, she has spent the past 25 years serving in the field of early childhood education, K-12 public education, post-secondary education, social services, and most recently, workforce and career development. She is a consultant and graduate of the DeVos Urban Leadership Initiative which is a 15-month leadership initiative that equips Urban Youth leaders with state-of-the art, faith-based leadership training necessary to be successful leaders in their communities where they’re doing urban youth ministry.

 

Pam holds a Bachelor of Arts in Human Development and Family Life from the University of Kansas and a Master’s degree in Organizational Development Psychology from Avila University, received a Career & Education Advising certification last year and hopes to one day pursue a Doctorate degree in Organizational Leadership so that she can better serve her church and community. She is currently on staff with Mid America Regional Council and serves as a Project Coordinator.  

She is the wife of Dr. Artrell Harris, minister of the Roswell Church in Kansas City, KS and together they have one daughter. Pam is passionate about helping women and girls achieve spiritual and emotional wholeness and wellness. Both in word and deed, she pushes women to be naturally and spiritually healthy and inspires them to fulfill the call that God has on their lives. One of her favorite scriptures is Romans 8:28 And we know that ALL THINGS work together for GOOD to them that love God, to them who are called according to HIS purpose. Her philosophy is simple; Treat others as you would like to be treated and ALWAYS put God first. A favorite saying of hers is: Your Life has Impact, Your Story is Important, Your Dreams Count, Your Voice Matters because you were born to make a difference and impact the world.