Pam Coleman is an executive development and strategic transformation consultant who believes strongly in engaging stakeholders systemically with respect and the intention to empower.
Pam’s experience includes the not-for-profit, commercial for-profit, government, and academic sectors. Pam works at all levels of organizations on innovating ideas, maximizing team performance, culture-change, and business effectiveness and profitability.
Pam was Special Assistant to President Obama on leadership and organization effectiveness. And she was the Leadership Development Lead in the White House Presidential Personnel Office. She and her team designed and produced more than 200 leadership-related programs ranging from building and managing teams to holding difficult conversations to facilitating an effective meeting to crisis communication strategies.
Pam has been a small business and management consultant in the US and in Italy. Pam was a key contributor for a multi-year turn a turn around a closely-held small-medium business, opening new distribution channels and ultimately the profitable sale of the business to a publicly traded category leader.
Pam served as a political and community organizer in various capacities for Organizing for America New Mexico from 2009 through 2012, most notably as the State Director for the Presidential election in 2012. She has done notable work with the Department of Energy and Homeland Security.
Pam practiced law with Pryor Cashman Sherman & Flynn in New York City. She received her BA from New York University and her JD from New York Law School.