City of CambridgePortrait of Councillor Pam Wolf

Pam Wolf was first elected to Cambridge City Council in 2006 and re-elected to her fourth term in 2018. She sits on the Municipal Heritage Advisory, the Environmental Advisory Committees, the Strategic Plan committee, the Living Wage committee, Idea Exchange Board and Chairs the Affordable Housing Committee


Councillor Wolf was an elementary school teacher in Cambridge before she was elected. She is now an occasional teacher with WRDSB.

Community and Civic Activities

Councillor Wolf was very involved in the Teachers Federation as Equity Rep and Status of Women Chair. She was awarded the Mary Johnson award and an honorary membership to ETFO from the federation. She is a board member of Housing Cambridge and past board member of the United Way and Waterloo Labour Council. Her community has recognized her humanitarian achievements with the YWCA Woman of Distinction, and The Oktoberfest Woman of the Year Awards

Personal: Pam and her husband Gary have lived in Cambridge since1974 and have raised their three children, Michael, Alanna, and Kristian here. They are proud grandparents of three Granddaughters Natalie, Grace and Evie and Grandson Jack. The Wolf family is committed to the city and happy to serve it.