Pam Lung, chief financial officer, is honored to join the C&A team and to serve the children of Stark County. Lung’s heart has been in the nonprofit world for a long time. She was president and treasurer of the board for Tiqvah Hands of Hope for seven years, a local nonprofit which has an after-school program for the children of Canton City. Lung is still one of the race directors for their annual Run4Kids SuperHero 5K fundraiser. She also served on the board of Little Angels Preschool when Joe French was the executive director. Pam is also the treasurer for Women’s Impact, a local nonprofit which promotes and mentors business women in Stark County.
Lung is a certified public accountant with a varied background, most recently a principal at Harris, Miller & Finkelstein CPAs. She has also served as accounting manager in private industry and owned her own retail store, The Wise Owl, for five years.
Lung graduated from Walsh University with a bachelor’s degree in Accounting, but also spent her freshman and sophomore years at Ohio University. Forever a Bobcat!
She is a graduate of the 31st class of Leadership Stark County.
Lung is actively involved in her church, Perry Christian Church, and has headed up outreach programs, including serving monthly at Refuge of Hope. She is excited to have them as C&A’s new neighbors!
Her motivational quote for people is: Great things never come from comfort zones.
Fun Facts about Pam
Ice cream: anything with chocolate
Pizza: thin crust with vegetables – I don’t care which shop.
Children’s stories: any Dr. Seuss
Hobbies: flower gardening
Motivational quote: great things never come from comfort zones.