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August 15, 2023
Author: Career Girls

SAN FRANCISCO (August 15, 2023) – The San Francisco-based nonprofit Career Girls announced today the appointment of Pam Maycroft, to its Board of Directors.    

"While Career Girls is designed to serve girls’ educational needs and aspirations, our content has always been created with educators in mind” said Linda Calhoun, Career Girls Founder and CEO. " We are elated to have the perspective and insights of an experienced leader in girls education on our Board. Pam is a distinguished leader in the education space and we are thrilled to welcome her to our Board of Directors”.

Pam is the founding business officer at Julia Morgan School for Girls (JMSG). She has been at the school since early 2001 when she was first attracted to and remains inspired by the girl-centered mission, strong community and commitment to social justice. In her role at JMSG, she has shepherded the school’s finances from its early start-up phase through many years of growth. She has worked closely with board members, administrators and faculty to create and develop systems and a school culture of care to ensure the school’s sustainability to support girls’ development.

"I am excited to contribute to the opportunities that Career Girls offer to girls everywhere. Their commitment to empowering girls to see themselves reflected in every role resonates deeply with my personal values. I have great hope that today's girls will be the leaders in every field and create a better world for all of us" said Pam Maycroft.

Other Career Girls Board of Directors include Jason Ambrose, Managing Director at Motive Partners; Ed Calhoun, Director of Special Projects, Rachael Esperanza, Real Estate and Workplace Services (REWS) Business Partner at Google; Christine Hoefliger, Partner at Sheppard Mullin; DeAndra Jean-Louis, Chief Customer Officer at Aryaka Networks; Andrea Schulz, National Technology Industry Leader and Technology Audit Partner at Grant Thornton LLP; Desira Stearns, Strategic Diversity Outreach Director at Leidos; and Dr. Beverly Thompson, Senior Scientist at Leidos (formerly SAIC).         


Career Girls® is a free, non-commercial, online platform that features more than 16,000 short video clips of 800 diverse women role models sharing career and educational advice to inspire young girls to expand their horizons, improve their academic performance and dream big about their futures. Launched in 1996, Career Girls is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, nonprofit organization.