Pamela Price, R.N., currently serves as the deputy director for The Balm In Gilead, managing the various health initiatives of the organization. Under her leadership, the organization provides support to faith-based and public health institutions in areas of program design, implementation and evaluation, which strengthen their capacity to deliver programs and services that contribute to the elimination of health disparities. In addition to her role as deputy director, she also serves as the director for the National Brain Health Center for African Americans. In 2016, she co-developed a six-part educational curriculum for nurses and allied healthcare professionals aimed at addressing knowledge gaps related to Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias affecting African Americans. Price has conducted numerous training sessions across the country with various nursing associations and healthcare organizations. She also co-created and facilitates an accredited training for healthcare providers aimed at increasing cultural competencies related to the screening, diagnosis and treatment of dementia in African Americans. Price holds a Bachelor of Science in public health and has more than 20 years of experience in public health, epidemiology and healthcare. As a professional nurse, she has served as a member of the U.S. Army Nurse Corps and excelled in both government and nongovernmental agencies providing leadership and guidance on program management, quality improvement and project development. Price is also an experienced consultant and serves on various boards and steering committees, frequently conducting workshops and trainings across the country at various conferences and events, in addition to providing technical assistance and capacity-building services to community-based organizations and small women- and minority-owned businesses.