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Pam Jeffords

Pam Jeffords

Pam Jeffords is a Partner in PwC’s Workforce of the Future Practice. Pam has over 25 years of experience advising companies and organizations on how they can break the status quo and drive progress with their diversity, inclusion and engagement goals. Pam’s unique ability to resonate and engage with people at all levels of an organization on sensitive issues is something her clients energetically endorse.

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About this Speaker

Pam is a member of the Global Leadership Council for Colorado State University College of Business, an advisory board member for University of Denver Colorado Women’s College, and a Limited Partner in The JumpFund whose mission is to invest in women led startups. Pam has also served as Chair of Women United for the Mile High United Way where she received the prestigious Frances Wisebart Jacobs award for philanthropy. Pam has been featured in numerous publications, including Fortune magazine, The Economist, BRINK, and the International Foundation for Plans and Trust. Pam holds a Bachelor's degree from Louisiana State University and a Masters in Business Administration from Georgia State. Relevant experience ● Extensive experience helping global clients create the foundation, structure or architecture for progress towards diversity, inclusion and engagement goals ● Regularly work with executive leadership teams to define what diversity, equity, inclusion, or belonging means to their business and what the impact will be with change ● Performed extensive data driven analyses of the current state of diversity and inclusion efforts in order to connect diversity and inclusion initiatives to the overall talent and business strategy ● Designed multiple formal programs (i.e.mentorship, sponsorship, and recruiting programs,), policies (i.e. parental leave, hiring policies), reporting systems, and informal mechanisms to help clients align their behaviors to ensure sustainability of developed strategies

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