Pam brings exceptional analytical and business process skills from her experience in the technology, government and investment arenas. With over 20 years’ experience collaborating with senior executives, customers and stakeholders, her primary concentration is identifying and implementing essential strategies and tactical actions to drive improved business performance and increase valuation by mining complex financial and operational information.
Pam’s roles have focused on providing analytical evaluations for product development which includes identifying relevant trends and opportunities. Pam is adept at evaluating core capabilities, industry dynamics, economics, customer requirements, product portfolio, competitive offerings, sales models and operating constraints. As part of her evaluation she works with cross-functional teams located around the globe to obtain their input.
When a company wants to enter new markets, expand to adjacent markets or grow its current capabilities through acquisitions she works with executives to evaluate potential strategic acquisitions. When evaluating and vetting potential acquisition she looks at revenue, proprietary products and services, market leadership, strategic positioning, readily identifiable barriers to entry, operational efficiencies and the management team.
- An addition of $3.45 billion to corporate gross revenue achieved through the launch of new wireless network services such as the delivery of web content and video over wireless networks and the use of geo-location for consumer marketing
- Collaborating with investors on a $100M acquisition and integration of 3 distressed service providers for US and Canadian government and commercial entities
- A 25% increase in market share achieved through the introduction of 5 new products and the identification of new markets for a multinational technology product manufacturer
- Northwester University, BA, Economics major, Engineering minor
- Xavier University, MBA
- Post graduation education: Wharton School of Business, Mergers and Acquistion, George Washington University: Government and Public Relations