Pamela Pearce

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Pamela Pearce
CEW Member

Patterson Pearce Foundation
Chair

Pamela Pearce is a long-standing member, former Treasurer and Councillor of CEW. In 2014 Pamela moved on from her position of over 15 years as a full time Director of multi-award winning Dynamic Property Services and Managing Director of associated companies.

She is currently Chair of the Patterson Pearce Foundation, a philanthropic trust with a focus on supporting Indigenous Australians and continues to hold non-executive directorships in private entrepreneurial companies, with a focus on strategic and marketing advice.

10 years at senior executive level in NSW government operating entities, included Director of Operations (COO) for Sydney Water, with responsibility for 4,500 employees, a budget in excess of $1 billion pa and assets exceeding $13.7 billion. During this time Pamela established a private trading company for the Water Board, won the Mt Eliza Moondah Scholarship for outstanding Australian managers, and was selected to attend Harvard Business School.

Pamela re-joined the private sector in 1994 as CEO of a national professional association, prior to undertaking consulting in operational strategy and marketing, accepting private sector board appointments and post-graduate lecturing at UTS Business School in Business Strategy and Services Marketing. She has also held a range of public, private and not-for-profit board positions.

Professional qualifications include an MBA from Macquarie University; Harvard Business School's Advanced Management Program and Fellowship of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. In 2003 Pamela was awarded a Centenary Medal for services to Australian society in business leadership.

Voluntary activities in addition to CEW are focused on supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island initiatives especially for women and children, but have also have included international judging for Students In Free Enterprise(ENACTUS); mentoring of senior women in management, past-President of the Australian Museum Society and Councillor and Menzies Scholarship committee, Harvard Club of Australia; Vice President Grainger Quartet and active philanthropy.

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