Pamela Gerloff is a writer, educator, and consultant specializing in transformational change. She holds a doctorate in Human Development from Harvard University, where, in graduate school, she began to explore two fundamental questions: Why doesn’t change last? and Why does it seem so hard? This led her to an intense effort to discover and understand the true underlying mechanisms of change. Her guiding question became: How do we create lasting change, gently, compassionately, and joyfully—as individuals, organizations, and societies? Her findings led her to found Compelling Vision, her own consulting business, to help others more easily make the deep-level changes they desired for themselves and their organizations. Clients of her visionary work have included organizations such as Procter & Gamble, the University of Massachusetts, and the U.S. Army, as well as small businesses, nonprofits, and individuals. Formerly the editor of More Than Money magazine and an associate editor with Highlights for Children, Dr. Gerloff’s current work includes writing and speaking about dignity and rankism for a diverse audience. She also provides training and consulting for individuals and organizations seeking to create dignitarian environments.
Visit Pamela Gerloff at www.dignityforall.org.