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Pamela Gerloff

Writer, educator, consultant for transformational change

Dr. Pamela Gerloff is a writer, visionary educator, and specialist in transformational change. She is co-author, with Robert Fuller, of <a href="http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_ss_i_0_53?url=search-alias%3Daps&amp;field-keywords=dignity+for+all+how+to+create+a+world+without+rankism&amp;sprefix=dignity+for+all+how+to+create+a+world+without+rankism" target="_hplink">Dignity for All: How to Create a World without Rankism</a> (Berrett-Koehler). She holds a doctorate in Human Development from Harvard University, where, in graduate school, she began to ask two fundamental questions: <em>Why don’t schools change? and When they do, why don’t the changes last?</em> Her quest for answers uncovered ideas, principles, and tools relevant to nearly every domain of life. She founded Compelling Vision™, her own consulting practice, to share her discoveries. <br /> <br /> Dr. Gerloff currently writes “The Possibility Paradigm: Transformational Change for Individuals and the World,” a weekly blog on www.psychologytoday.com, and is also a featured blogger on www.huffingtonpost.com. She is founder of The Possibility Project and the Global Possibility Network (GPN), brand new initiatives to apply new understandings in psychology, science, and healing to create massive global change quickly and gracefully. She is on-site educational consultant to Civic Bangladesh, a non-profit organization located in Dhaka that works to actualize the principle of dignity for all.