Pam will inspire your group or organization to perform at their highest level
Internationally recognized, Pam has spoken on four continents.
Story-telling as an art form; imprinting messages audiences remember.
Realistic approach to achieving personal and organizational goals.
Insight into news, current events, and multi-cultural issues.
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Conversations & Inspirations
- Women who break barriers and glass ceilings always make for a good interview; the following clip, filled with wisdom and advice, is proof in point.
- “I can speak for our members, many of whom stated that by far, Pam was among the top five speakers in the history of our program, which dates back to 2007. Her talk was extremely well researched; she poured herself and her personal experience into her presentation. Her style is interactive, engaging, and very thorough. Pam is, focused, extremely personable and highly knowledgeable.”
Continuing Education Penn State Lehigh Valley
- When we were looking to strengthen the leadership skills of our women managers in the United States and Europe, we called Pamela to asses our needs and design solutions. Her ability to interact with the women in our organizations and gain their trust provided us with the insight we needed to move forward.
Imrich Gombar, Ph.D.
VP HR Generation
- “Thank you so much for being the Keynote Speaker for our Convention. You really set the stage for us as we work to enhance the lives of people around the world through our volunteer service.”
General Federation of Women’s Clubs Pennsylvania.
Pamela’s Blog: Perspectives
Many of us are engaged in our year-end ritual walk down memory lane. How well did we play our part in the circus, did we grab the golden ring or just miss it? One more ride on the merry-go-round, please.
This Thanksgiving feels different…the love runs deeper, the need for connection to family and friends more intense. We look out our window and see that the world is a scary place, so we turn inward looking for comfort from the people, places, and traditions we hold most dear. There remains much to be grateful for, […]