New Pathways Staff
Pamela’s background includes over 15 years of leadership and strategic planning experience in the regulatory affairs industry. Most recently, Pamela worked as an Employment Specialist with the Dislocated Worker Program for Isanti County, while also serving on New Pathways’ Cambridge Site Committee. Pamela has a B.A. degree from Carleton College and studied Adult Education at the University of MN. In her spare time, Pamela is also a Hospice Hound volunteer.
Gina holds a diploma as a Medical Receptionist, is certified in Customer Service, and has over 24 years of experience with non-profit administrative accounting and HR work.
Assistant Executive Director
Path to Home Shelter Program (Cambridge) – Program Manager/Family Educator
Mary holds a Bachelor of Science Degree with dual majors in Human Services and Psychology with an emphasis in Social Work and Substance Abuse. She has over 15 years of experience working in social services and management.
Path to Home Shelter Program (Cambridge) – Case Manager
Jolene is a Licensed Social Worker with over 10 years of experience working with at-risk populations. Jolene holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Social Work with a Minor emphasis in Women’s Studies.
Path to Home Shelter Program (Brainerd) – Case Manager
Geneva is a Licensed Social Worker with over 5 years of experience working with at-risk populations. Geneva holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Social Work.
Path to Home Shelter Program (Cambridge) – Special Services Advocate
Path to Home Shelter Program (Brainerd) – Special Services Advocate
Joe has 10 years of experience doing in-home family counseling with families whose children were at-risk for foster care placement. Joe holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Social Work.
Supportive Housing Program – Program Manager/Case Manager
Julie is a Licensed Social Worker with over 20 years of experience in the human services field. Julie holds a Bachelor of Social Work degree and enjoys helping others overcome challenging circumstances so they can reach their fullest potential in life.