About Pam Bowers
Pamela “Pam” Bowers is a school board member of Cincinnati Public Schools. She has worked in mental health for more than 25 years, providing support and guidance to children while empowering parents and families. Bowers is currently employed by Central Clinic Behavioral Health where she is the director of School-Based Mental Health Services. Bowers also provides outpatient mental health and substance abuse counseling services.
Bowers grew up in Springfield Township, Ohio, where she graduated from Mt. Healthy High School. She completed her undergraduate degree at Fisk University. She completed her graduate studies at Tennessee State University, where she obtained her master of science degree in guidance and counseling. Bowers is a licensed professional counselor and a licensed chemical dependency counselor–III in the State of Ohio. She has been an adjunct college instructor and has presented at national conferences about mental illness, diversity and inclusion, as well as educating others about the effects of trauma and toxic stress on the brain. Bowers continues to be a part of several speaker panels in the community and for several faith based organizations regarding mental health awareness. She is an active member of her church, as well as her beloved Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Sigma Omega Chapter.
Bowers has been married to her husband for more than 20 years. She is the mother of two children who are both "Products of Cincinnati Public Schools."
Years of Service