Recently, Pamela Heos ’77 was elected to the The University of Olivet Board of Trustees after serving on the board as an ex officio member for several years. Heos is committed to helping The University of Olivet provide a successful educational experience for all students.
“I am very pleased that Pamela Heos has been elected as a trustee,” President Steven M. Corey, Ph.D., said. “At The University of Olivet, we are fortunate to have dedicated alumni and friends of the College who are strongly committed to the institution and its mission. These individuals will play a tremendous role in helping lead The University of Olivet toward its future goals. I thank Pam for contributing her time and talent to the advancement of the College.”
Heos is also a member of The University of Olivet’s 175th Commemoration Committee and chair of the The University of Olivet Alumni Association Board, a role in which she will fulfill through May 2019. Heos has served on the Alumni Association Board almost continuously for 33 years, the last six as its chair. She has provided leadership and energy in the work of alumni engagement for The University of Olivet, ensuring a vibrant and active alumni base and a strategic and engaged Alumni Association Board. Under her leadership, the Alumni Association Board has developed a strategic plan that will help establish alumni affinity groups, a vibrant class captain program, mentoring connections and many other programs and initiatives that will provide value to the alumni and college community. Through her involvement with the Alumni Association Board, Heos served as an ex officio member of the The University of Olivet Board of Trustees since May 2014.
Heos has worked as director of alumni and donor relations for Thomas M. Cooley Law School since 2005. Previously, she was a major gift officer for The University of Olivet.
Heos began her professional career as the docent and volunteer coordinator for the Indianapolis Museum of Art and as assistant to the director for the Indianapolis Art Center. Later, Heos was a commercial interior designer for 17 years for Richardson, Munson & Weir Architects.
Heos also serves on the advisory board for the Michigan State University Museum and is a member of the American Hellenic Education Progressive Association (AHEPA) and the Ladies Philoptochos Society of the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, Lansing.
Learn more about The University of Olivet by contacting the Office of Admissions at 800.456.7189 or email@example.com.