Pam Coleman has served as a Leadership and Transformation professional in the government, not-for-profit, for-profit, and academic sectors, working with leaders and staff at all levels of organizations on innovating and maximizing teams, opportunities, and culture-change. She believes that when we respect, empower, and include all people, better results happen.
Pam was Special Assistant to President Barack Obama, and the first-ever Leadership Development Team Lead in the White House Presidential Personnel Office (PPO.) She also served as the Energy & Environment Team Lead in PPO during the roll-out of the Clean Power Plan, as White House Liaison at the Department of Homeland Security during the development of immigration reform, and as a Director on the Outreach and Recruitment Team within PPO.
Pam served in leadership positions for Organizing for America New Mexico, has been a small business and management consultant, and vice president of a pie company where she helped the founder turn around a company on the verge of bankruptcy.
Pam started her career as a lawyer in New York City after earning her B.A. at New York University and her J.D. cum laude from New York Law School.