Pam has her hands on the design of everything from fundraising and stewardship communications to admissions recruitment. She is the lead designer for Middlebury Magazine and has helped win that publication a slew of national awards. She’s often a speaker at conferences and served as president of the University and College Designers Association. Needless to say, she knows her stuff when it comes to collaborating with colleagues, illustrators, and photographers to come up with strong visual solutions that help make information engaging and accessible.
She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts in New York, and was the design director for South Street Seaport Museum and a senior designer at Rizzoli Publications before moving to Vermont.
“For anyone who thinks that designers just ‘make things pretty,’ please let me take you out for coffee!”