Pamela Krulitz

Pam Krulitz, CLC, PCC Program: Certificate in Leadership Coaching Pam Krulitz is a Managing Partner with Paravis Partners, an executive coaching and leadership development firm that helps leaders achieve positive change in performance and presence.


She has twelve years of coaching experience, specializing in working with CEO’s and senior leaders of for-profit and not-for-profit organizations with a strong mission orientation. In her coaching she seamlessly links her deep understanding of the real-time challenges of the business environment, the leadership skills and competencies required to meet them, and the leader’s internal values, assumptions and attitudes affecting their outcomes. Her clients have included organizations such as MITRE, Marriott, the DC Public Defender Service and the Colon Cancer Alliance. Prior to her coaching career, Pam excelled in positions that ranged from hands-on technology to entrepreneurial business growth and executive leadership. Her accomplishments included leading an IT solutions start-up company to 30% annual growth and profitability for ten years. She and her partners sold the company in 1996 and successfully led it through the integration with the acquiring company. Pam holds a BS in Computer Science from the College of William and Mary and is a graduate of the Georgetown University Leadership Coaching Program. She has completed courses on the use of adult development theories in coaching and has been trained in Marshall Goldsmith’s stakeholder-centered coaching process. She is a Certified Holacracy Practitioner and is certified in numerous assessments including The Leadership Circle, the Hogan Leadership Forecast series, Myers-Briggs Type Instrument, the Center for Creative Leadership’s 360 assessments and the Barrett Values Centre’s Cultural Transformation Tools. She is a Professional Certified Coach through the ICF. She lives in Northern Virginia with her husband of twenty-seven years and has three children who are at various stages of leaving the nest and becoming global citizens. Pam can be contacted at pk63@georgetown.edu.