Pam Raymond serves as May Institute’s Executive Vice President of Educational Services. In this role, she is responsible for the operation of the May Institute’s four private schools for children with autism and other developmental disabilities and its school for children and adolescents with brain injury. Two of these schools provide residential services in addition to comprehensive day programs.
A graduate of West Virginia University, Ms. Raymond began her association with May Institute as a practicum student at the Chatham campus in Massachusetts. She went on to hold various leadership positions at a number of schools. Prior to joining May Institute, she was the Senior Vice President of Educational Services of America where she managed 22 private special education schools.
Ms. Raymond is a board certified behavior analyst and brings a unique combination of ABA/clinical experience and management expertise – including strategic planning and systems-level change – to her current job responsibilities.