She is committed to helping leaders and their colleagues create healthy, constructive partnerships where all parties are engaged and working together to get results every day. Pam brings expertise in developing leaders, teams, and organizations through strong collaborative skills and enthusiasm for positive change. She has designed and implemented two corporate universities as well as three coaching programs. She held organizational effectiveness and leadership coaching roles in Washington, D.C. for the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), served in the role of Deputy Chief Learning Officer with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and also served as a Senior Executive in the role of Deputy Human Resources Director. Prior to working at the SEC, Pam held a variety of leadership and organizational development positions, as well as, serving as a national trainer and coach in her 20 years of service at the Environmental Protection Agency in Denver, CO.
Pam holds a professional coaching credential (PCC) from the International Coaching Federation, has received certification as a co-active coach from the Coaches Training Institute and earned two team coaching certifications. She is a Certified Dare To Lead Facilitator (Brene’ Brown’s body of work) and accredited in the Five Behaviors of Cohesive Teams. She holds a Masters in Counseling Psychology from the University of Colorado and a B.B.A. from the University of Iowa. Pam is certificated in several assessment tools including: Change Styles Inventory, Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator, DiSC and numerous 360 multi-rater feedback assessments including the Leadership Circle Profile.
Pam enjoys spending time with family and friends; traveling, reading; and learning. She also enjoys walking, hiking, and dancing. She enthusiastically helps people get what they want and has a good time making it happen.