Our Staff

Our Staff

As Executive Director, creating the vision and outlining the values for AFH are some of Pam’s duties.  She fosters a Christ-centered cooperative work environment and promotes the ministry of AFH.

A native of Wells County, Indiana, Pam was the director of the crisis pregnancy resource center from which A Friend’s House grew.  She also worked at an adoption agency for 12 years, helping with women making adoption plans, assisting with the placement of children and helping adoptive parents through the adoption process.  Since 1989 she has served as a sidewalk counselor at a local abortion clinic passing out information and offering alternative choices to women seeking abortions.  All of these experiences have prepared her for the work at AFH. 

“A Friend’s House is the culmination of the dreams of many people.  It is an honor to work in such a facility.”

As House Coordinator, Terry is busy overseeing the day-to-day functioning of our Christ-centered residence.  From planning menus to coordinating activities, Terry does it all!

She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Social Welfare from Olivet Nazarene University and has minors in both psychology and economics.  Over the years, she has worked and volunteered in a variety of settings with physically and/or mentally-handicapped young people and adults, and with drug addicts.

Terry’s training and experience ensure the professional and sensitive, caring help our residents need.

Our Director of Public Relations represents our ministry to the public, works with volunteers, creates all publications, plans special events, and helps with fundraising. 

She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications with a Spanish minor from Indiana University, Bloomington.

Her background includes many years of experience working in the media as well as the field of public relations.“The ministry of A Friend’s House captured my heart the very first time I heard about it.  It’s a welcoming place where women can find the strength to become healthy spiritually, physically, and emotionally.”