Pam Schilling is the current Board President of Alzheimer's Project, Inc.
Board Membership— Since 2012
Pam Schilling, with 30 years of banking holding various positions including bank manager, multi-state cash vault manager and loss prevention, remains a Midwest girl at heart, still avidly following da Bears, da Cubs, da Hawks, da Bulls and University of Illinois sports teams. During her "free" time she volunteers with the Pilot Club of Tallahassee, part of Pilot International, Project Lifesaver, Lincoln High School, other Leon county schools, the United Way, Grace Lutheran Church and of course The Alzheimer's Project, Inc. Pam was recognized by her current employer, Capital City Bank, two years in a row for top customer service and top sales. She is a wife, mother of two, proud grandmother of one and enjoys camping with the family and Mickey Mouse.
"My exposure with the The Alzheimer's Project, Inc, through the Pilot Club of Tallahassee and Project Lifesaver, plus a family battle with the disease, inspired me to learn more and give more to the cause."