About Pamela J. Lavers
Pam Lavers serves as Deputy County Executive for Macomb County Executive Mark A. Hackel and is a passionate public servant with over 21 years of service. She leads community relations and cultural affairs for the County and directs the efforts of OneMacomb, an initiative focused on making Macomb a more welcoming and inclusive community. Lavers also assists in the day-to-day operations of county departments, operations and services.
With a strategic focus on quality of life, diversity and inclusion efforts Lavers serves McLaren Macomb Hospital’s Diversity Board, United Way’s Emergency Food and Shelter Program Board, Macomb’s Habitat for Humanity advisory board and serves on the Detroit Institute of Arts Community Relations board. Lavers also represents the County on the Welcoming Economies Global Network’s steering committee which is an economic development initiative across the Midwest working to tap into economic development opportunities created by immigrants.
Lavers is passionate about educating our future public servants and community leaders and serves on Central Michigan University’s Public Administration Advisory Board and Baker College’s Statewide Advisory Board. She also teaches at Macomb Community College.
She is the president of the Macomb Literacy Partners (MLP) Board. The mission of MLP is to eliminate adult illiteracy in the community by developing programs that promote the advancement of literacy.
Lavers received both her Bachelor of Science in community development and her Master’s degree in Public Administration from Central Michigan University.