Environment Washington Research and Policy Center Staff
Started on staff: 2014
B.A., magna cum laude, Wake Forest University
Pam is the acting director of Environment Washington, in addition to overseeing The Public Interest Network's Donor Development Program. As director of Environment Washington, Pam develops and runs campaigns to protect Washington's air, water and special places. She has worked on issues ranging from clean energy climate solutions, preventing plastic pollution, defending clean water, and protecting our special natural spaces. As director of donor development for The Public Interest Network, Pam oversees our development staff and development training program. Through her direction, the donor program raises millions of dollars to support the organizations in The Public Interest Network. Pam lives in Steilacoom, Washington, where she enjoys kayaking on the Puget Sound, gardening, and hiking in the surrounding mountains.