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Pam Gould’s purpose is to serve, whether leading an organization like Shepherd’s Hope that provides those most in need access to healthcare, or as an elected School Board Member and Vice Chair for Orange County Public Schools. 

She has dedicated more than 30 years to focusing on providing a higher quality of life for the young, the homeless, those suffering with mental illness as well as the more mature among us. After arriving from the professional theatre scene of New York City, Pam changed industries and went to work for Orlando Regional Healthcare System. 

She has led various divisions and guided organizations over the years. This service includes executive leadership roles at Orlando Regional, Health Central, Health Central Foundation, Island One Resorts, DL Foundation, and from 2010 to 2019, owning her own business that supported great entities like the Town of Oakland Arts and Heritage Center, the West Orange Chamber of Commerce, and Dave’s House. 

Pam’s passion for healthcare and education collided in 2000 when she was responsible for executive management and funding for the Health Central School Nurse Program. She knew it would take creative collaborations to provide healthcare for uninsured children.

Today, she brings this curated experience to her work at Shepherd’s Hope. Her goal is to create bridges and engineer collaborations that provide the many people in our community the access to life-saving healthcare and a path to wellness that they need to be successful.

A native of Pittsfield, MA, Pam married John Gould, her high-school sweetheart, and, after college, moved to New York City, where she worked on- and off-Broadway. Pam had the pleasure of learning from the best -- the Prince of Broadway, the recently passed Hal Prince. Her fondest memories include being part of the Hal’s office as Phantom of the Opera was being created and opened. Her NYC experience includes being a Managing Director of an off-Broadway theatre company handling everything from finances to marketing. After years in New York, the couple sought a sunny quality of life in Orlando, Florida. Most importantly, Pam and her husband started their family. They have two college age sons, Gregory and Mathew.


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Contact Information

E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: 407-317-3236
Address: P.O. Box 271
Orlando, FL 32802

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News & Information  

District 4 Construction & Maintenance Update (posted 9.24.2020)

Virtual School Board Meeting Protocol - May 12, 2020

Upcoming Community Meetings (Notices)

Site 114-E-W-4 30% Design Community Meeting
Monday, October 19, 2020 | 5:30pm-6:30pm

Community Meeting Presentations

Site 114-E-W-4 30% Design Community Meeting Presentation 10.8.20

Site 89-E-W-4 30% Design Community Meeting Presentation 9.24.20

Site 113-H-W-4 40% Construction Community Meeting Presentation 8.17.20

Site 80-H-SW-4 40% Construction Community Meeting Presentation - 8.13.20

Site 132-M-W-4 60% Design Community Meeting Presentation - 7.22.2020

Presentation from March 4, 2020 Community Meeting (affected areas: Sand Lake Hills, Sand Lake-Bay Meadows, Windermere Pointe, Emerald Ridge, 43-E-SE-2, 80-H-SW-4, 113-H-W-4) (page 11 of presentation)

Site 85-E-W-4 40% Construction Community Meeting - 3.4.2020

Site 20-E-SW-4 40% Construction Community Meeting - 2.20.2020

Solar Energy Work Session - Featuring Independence Elementary! 10.1.19


OCPS Career & Technical Education - Explore what may lie ahead for you or your student!

Represented Schools


Bay Lake, Bay Meadows, CastleviewDr. Phillips, Frangus, Independence, Keene's Crossing, Lake Whitney, MetroWest, Palm Lake, Sand Lake, SummerlakeSunset Park, SunshineThornebrooke, Water SpringWest Creek, Westbrooke, WestpointeWhispering Oak and Windermere


Windy Ridge


Bridgewater, Chain of Lakes, Gotha, Horizon West,  Hunter's Creek and Southwest


Dr. Phillips, OlympiaWest Orange and Windermere

*Charter schools can be found at the School Choice page.

Upcoming Relief Schools** (Planned Opening Year)

80-H-SW-4 (Aug 2021)
113-H-W-4 (Aug 2021)
89-E-W-4 (Aug 2022)
132-M-W-4 (Aug 2022)
65-M-W-4* (Aug 2023)
114-E-W-4* (Aug 2024)
*Projects that commence after 2022 are always subject to change based on the District 10 Year Capital Improvement Plan. 
**Click here to see where these school sites are located in District 4.