A veteran of 14 years as a development officer at W&M, Pam managed the work of the 50th Reunion Gift Committees, several of which dedicated major gifts to the proposed Alumni House expansion. She retired after her own 50th Reunion when her class celebrated a record $20 million gift for the university. Pam was a member of the Williamsbmg Chapter Board for five terms, serving as vice president and president. She has been on the Lord Botetourt Auction Committee for many years, including two years as co-chair. Currently she is a member of the Friends of the Muscarelle Museum. As a member of the Virginia Art and Architectural Review Board for eight years, she followed closely several W&M construction projects, including the Sadler Center. Pam is a former member of the Richmond Commission of Architectural Review and now serves on the Kingsmill Environmental Preservation Board and the Scenic Virginia Advisory Board. She is a past president of the Virginia Association of Fundraising Executives.