Dr. Pam Boehm has served Hill College in the capacity of vocational counselor (1 yr.), Director of Counseling & Testing (11 yrs.),
Dean of Students (1 yr.), Vice President of Student Services (12 yrs.), Coordinator of Behavioral Science Dept., psychology instructor,
crisis counselor, and SACS accreditation liaison (5 yrs.), and most currently serves in the position of President (1 yr.).
She has served as Vice President and President of the Texas Association of Chief Student Affairs Association for two years. She acquired federal funding (three four-yr. cycles) for disadvantaged college students seeking a college education (TRIO Grant).
Her teaching accomplishments include the expansion of the Behavioral Science Department, development of new courses within the department, and the integration of virtual technology into the psychology courses. She is the recipient of the 2010 NISOD Teaching Excellence award and was nominated by her peers for the Minnie Stevens Piper Teaching award. In 2008, she published an article in Community College Times entitled "Promoting Academic Integrity in Institutions of Higher Education." Among her accomplishments include the Hillsboro Business & Professional Women's Organization's "Woman of the Year", and Who's Who among American College Teacher's award. In the summer of 2013 she received grant funding to study in New York City for a week at a creativity workshop.
In July, 2014, Dr. Boehm was appointed as the 10th President of Hill College. She currently serves as the chair of the North Central Texas Workforce Educational Committee, serves on a state-wide dual credit taskforce, is a member of the Texas Association of Community Colleges, serves as President of the Johnson County Education Foundation and serves as a board member of the Burleson Opportunity Fund.