Since joining the National Parks Conservation Association in 2011, Pam has led successful campaigns to create the Fort Monroe National Monument, a court victory in a multi-year battle to protect Historic Jamestown and the expansion of Petersburg National Battlefield. She heads NPCA’s National Parks in the Chesapeake Campaign that advocates for clean water and land protection throughout the watershed.
Pam previously spent nine years at the Sierra Club’s legislative office in Washington, DC, working on clean water and property rights and served as the Club’s Political Action Committee’s assistant political director. For three years, she advocated for federal research dollars as the campaign manager for the National Breast Cancer Coalition and spent five years as the senior grassroots outreach manager for the National Wildlife Federation, working to protect the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and to increase funding for the Florida Everglades. Pam earned her bachelor’s degree from Grinnell College.