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  Pam Boulton  

Pam Boulton, EdD, is an Instructor for the Center for Early Childhood Professional Development and Leadership in the UW-Milwaukee School of Continuing Education and is UWM Child Care Director Emeritus. In addition to her 40-year tenure as the Director of the UWM Children's Center, Pam is the Milwaukee Director of the Wisconsin Early Childhood Association (WECA). Pam served terms as the Chair of the National Coalition for Campus Children's Centers, the President of WECA and as a member of the NAEYC Council on Accreditation.

Pam participated in the development of the Registry administered credential programs for child care professionals in Wisconsin. She was a principal author of the Administrator, Leadership and Program Development Credentials. Pam continues to be an active participant and guiding force in the design, development and delivery of child care leadership courses, training programs and professional development opportunities at the local, state and national level.


LC #1: Early Childhood Leadership: The Personal Disposition of a Leader


Leadership Credential Brochure

Spring 2014 IT Brochure

Or download the pdf

Program Development Brochure

Spring 2014 IT Brochure

Or download the pdf

T.E.A.C.H funding is available for tuition assistance to qualifying Wisconsin applicants. Call 1-800-783-9322 ext. 7240; or visit www.wisconsin

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