Pamela has over twenty-five years of program management and multi-stakeholder facilitation experience, with the last 15 years focused on promoting environmental and corporate social responsibility in the electronics industry via standards development and stakeholder processes. She is currently the Director of Clean Electronic Production Network (CEPN) – a multi-stakeholder, cross-industry collaboration that launched in 2016. CEPN serves as a platform for collaborative innovation where diverse stakeholders – including technology suppliers, brands, labor and environmental advocates, governments and other leading experts – work together to understand, address, and eliminate worker exposures to toxic chemicals in electronics production.
Previously, Pamela was Green Electronics Council’s Director of Standards Management, designing and managing multi-stakeholder processes to maintain the sustainability standards on the EPEAT Registry for product categories including personal computers and displays, servers, imaging equipment and PV modules and inverters. Before joining GEC, Pamela was an independent consultant, with projects including management and facilitation of the development of the ground-breaking Outdoor Industry Association and European Outdoor Group Eco Index Green Standard.