CARE House of Oakland County, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that offers the community an array of programs focused on the identification, treatment and prevention of child abuse based in Pontiac, announced Tamara Rambus as its newest member of the organization’s board of directors.
Rambus is an independent human resources leadership and executive coaching consultant.
“I support CARE House because I understand personally and deeply the lifelong impact that child abuse can have on children and their families,” says Rambus.
CARE House was established in 1977 through a partnership of Oakland County’s law enforcement agencies, the Oakland County Prosecutor’s Office and Children’s Protective Services. In 1989, its expanded role helped it become a Child Advocacy Center, now the only organization of its kind in County.
“Breaking the cycle of abuse takes our entire community,” says Blythe Tyler, CEO of CARE House. “Our board is proud to welcome Tamara to its diverse set of established business and community leaders who help lead our mission and provide an important voice for the children we serve.”