Pam is CEO of Batchbook, which she co-founded in 2006. She is responsible for setting the overall direction and product strategy for the company.
As a businesswoman and a mother, Pam is committed to running a company that can adapt to the unique needs of both its employees and its customers to foster better organization, increased productivity and a more balanced life. She balances the fast pace of running a technology start-up with other roles including:
Chairwoman of The Small Business Web, the international trade association of cloud software for small business. Since Batchbook co-founded the group in 2009 it has grown to more than 250 web-based applications and has been described by Bloomberg BusinessWeek as “a fundamentally different way of doing business.”
Pamela is also…
- A mentor for Betaspring, a startup accelerator program for technology and design entrepreneurs
- Head of the “Geeks for Good” food pantry drives that reach out to Providence Geeks members
- A seasoned conference speaker, Pam regularly shares her experiences as an entrepreneur and expert on data management tools and methodologies in a voice mixed with Yankee practicality and Southern charm.