Meet our President and CEO
President and CEO
Pamela Nabors is president and CEO of CareerSource Central Florida (CSCF) – Florida’s second largest regional workforce board.
Overseeing a budget of more than $30M, Pam continues to lead the ever-evolving board to attract and engage the Central Florida community and deliver top-quality service to businesses, career seekers and partners.
Since 2012, Pam has reinvigorated the organization’s positioning as the premier workforce development board in connecting Central Floridians to careers and developing talent for businesses. Under her leadership, CSCF expanded regional partnerships, tailored service delivery to meet the needs of local businesses and executed a state-wide rebranding to leverage community outreach efforts.
Tapping into her unparalleled knowledge of workforce programs, Pam also navigated strategic efforts in implementing the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) federal legislation, which represented a major shift in operations and service delivery. CSCF’s programs were revamped to focus on businesses and services to better meet the unique needs of individuals.
Beyond operating the organization efficiently and transparently, Pam’s innovation and progressive leadership evolved CSCF’s programs to become relevant and valuable to the business and stakeholder community at large. This includes investing more in the healthcare and construction industries due to high-volume of in-demand professions. Moreover, collaborating with local educators for specialized training is a key factor in creating a deeper talent pool of qualified individuals.
Prior to joining CareerSource Central Florida, Pam led program operations for Capital Workforce Partners and was the planning director for Brevard Workforce Development Board. She also obtained the Certified Workforce Development Professional credential with a management endorsement from the National Association of Workforce Development Professionals.
Pam earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the State University of New York College and Master of Science degree in Personnel Psychology from Florida Institute of Technology. In addition, she has taught both undergraduate and graduate courses in career development, human resources and psychology.
Throughout her career, Pam has received numerous accolades throughout her career including Orlando Business Journal’s “Women Who Mean Business” Executives of the Year Award in 2015 and as a CEO of the Year in 2016. In addition, Pam was presented with the Woman of Distinction, Visionary Award in 2015 by the Girl Scouts of Citrus Council and was also named i4 Business Magazine’s Spirit of Collaboration honoree as part of the 2018 Women’s Inspired Leadership Awards program.
Pam is an active member of the U.S. Conference of Mayors, Workforce Development Council, the Central Florida Commission on Homelessness, Junior Achievement, Orlando Economic Partnership Board of Directors, Leadership Florida Class XXXVI and many other civic boards.
Her favorite pastimes include traveling, watching movies and listening to music; her music trivia skills are second to none!
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