Pamela works with project development teams and community groups to build critical systems thinking skills and holistic planning processes and designs that can address complex systems problems and opportunities. She also works as a faculty member for The Regenerative Practitioner series.
Pamela’s work draws on 30 years’ consulting experience specializing in living systems thinking and educational and human development processes. She has decades of experience in managerial and consulting capacities in both the public and private sector, serving a wide variety of nonprofit organizations, governmental agencies and businesses. Her experience includes community relations, leadership and team development, design and implementation of effective meeting processes, strategic and operational planning, marketing and public relations, and union, community and cross-cultural relations in government, non-profit and corporate settings.
Prior to the founding of Regenesis, Pamela consulted to corporations in Europe, the United States and Canada. Her clients have included such companies as DuPont, Colgate, Pacific Telesis and Pacific Bell, Clorox, private and public foundations, and city, county and federal agencies. Her corporate work involved integrating operations, marketing, administration, and organizational development with strategic business/service pursuits. She is a member of the Institute for Developmental Processes, which has provided the architecture for developmental business organizations around the world, some of which have served as models of meaningful work and competitive effectiveness for over 40 years.