Pam Maroulis | Inova Loudoun Hospital Foundation
Pam Maroulis knew she wanted to be a fundraiser while a student employee at the University of Tennessee athletic department where she witnessed successful fundraising events and made her own contributions to community causes through her role as an officer in her sorority. After convincing the headmaster of Augusta Preparatory Day School to hire her at the age of 24 to run his one-person development office, she knew she had found her calling and 18 years later is still enjoying the work.
She was born at Inova Fairfax Hospital but spent much of her childhood in Chattanooga, TN, and later Cincinnati, OH. She holds a bachelor of arts from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and a master of public administration and certificate of nonprofit management from George Mason University. Her career has led her from Augusta Prep to Baylor School in Chattanooga to Georgetown University and Foxcroft School. In 2004, she joined Inova Health System Foundation and in 2008 transferred within the System to Inova Loudoun Hospital Foundation.
She is a member of the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP) and believes strongly in volunteering to help AHP continue its good work in furthering the profession. She has served on the Mid-Atlantic cabinet for the last five years, chaired the regional conference in Pittsburgh in 2008, and is currently serving as the regional education/certification chair. She is recognized as a Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE).
When Pam is not working, she enjoys being with her husband and their 4-year old daughter. In her remaining "free" time, she is an elder at Brambleton Presbyterian Church, a new church development in Brambleton, VA, and an independent consultant for Rodan and Fields skin care.