After 22 years as an investment banker on Wall Street, Pamela launched Springboard – Partners in Cross Cultural Leadership, LLC where she has been President since 2003. Springboard is an executive and organizational leadership consulting firm. Springboard conducts leadership research and assessments, develops training, and provides consulting and executive coaching to organizations in the corporate and non profit sectors.
In 2014, Pamela co-founded The Everest Project research initiative on the challenges and facilitators of women leading change and innovation. Sponsored by Time Warner and Walmart, Everest issued the report, The Eve of Change: Women Redefining Corporate America(http://www.everestproject.org/report/) which identifies key strategies senior women across affinity groups use to lead transformational change in their organizations.
Pamela retired as a Managing Director in U.S. Equity Research at JPMorgan Chase in 2003, having also served as Director of U.S. Equity Research for Chase Asset Management from 1996 to 1999. Prior to JPMorgan Chase, Pamela was an investment banker with Morgan Stanley for 14 years, and was also Co-Director of U.S. and Latin America Equity Research. Pamela began her career as a corporate attorney at the firm Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton.
Pamela serves on the Columbia ThreadneedleMutual Funds Board of Ameriprise, where she chairs the Audit Committee, and on the New York Presbyterian Hospital Board of Trustees where she is a member of the Executive Committee and chairs the Human Resources Committee. She was named 2016 Trustee of the Year by New York Presbyterian Hospital and honored at the United Hospital Fund. Pamela has served on the Board of Visitors of Yale School of Management, the Board of Visitors of Yale Law School, and the Board of Trustees of Williams College. Pamela earned a B.A. from Williams College. She earned a J.D. from Yale Law School and an M.B.A. from Yale School of Management.