Who We Are:

PAMSO is a student organization that brings together students of all ages, races, gender, religions, disabilities and backgrounds to create a welcoming community that enables and encourages collaboration among peers on topics related to diversity and inclusion.

What We Do:

PAMSO holds informal and formal gatherings in the hopes of creating cross-cultural and diverse connections among faculty, staff, students and the community to foster a sense of unity and understanding, and to excite innovation.

Why We Exist:

PAMSO strives to support, educate and encourage students who are passionate about multiculturalism and diversity and inclusion. We aim to inspire citizenship and develop leadership among its members all while embracing diverse backgrounds and ideas.

Membership Eligibility Information:

Any undergraduate, graduate or doctoral student interested in Public Affairs who supports the purpose and objectives of PAMSO and the John Glenn College of Public Affairs and who is currently enrolled at The Ohio State University shall be eligible for membership.

Have a general question about PAMSO? Want to get involved or become a member? Have suggestions or feedback for PAMSO? Please fill out the below inquiry form and allow three business days for a response.

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Meet the PAMSO Executive Board:

Shelby Slaven, President

1st Year MPA Student, Public Administration

There's nothing we can't do if we work hard, never sleep, and shirk all other responsibilities in our lives

Leslie Knope

Freweyni Gemerew, Vice President

3rd Year Undergraduate Student, Public Affairs Major
Global Public Health Minor (Pre-Medicine Track)

Service is the rent we pay for the privilege of living on this earth.

Shirley Chisholm

Mayesha Amin, Secretary

3rd Year Undergraduate Student, Public Affairs Major

If you want to know what a man's like, take a good look at how he treats his inferiors not his equals.

J. K. Rowling

Meghan Murray, Treasurer

1st Year Dual MPA/MA Student, Public Administration and Latin American Studies

Hakuna Matata

Tina Tsui, Social Outreach Chair

3rd Year Undergraduate Student, Public Affairs Major
Business Minor

Success isn't about how much money you make, it's about the difference you make in people's lives.

Michelle Obama

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