Pam has been deeply involved in affordable housing since 1974. She joined Beacon in 1996 as its Vice President and helped the company grow from 6,000 units to nearly 12,000 units across eight states. Pam was responsible for the execution of every development endeavor. Her close supervision and active engagement enabled Beacon to successfully permit, design, close, construct, and lease numerous complex developments. In her current role, Pam oversees the performance of the entire company and portfolio.
Prior to joining Beacon, Pam was a senior real estate professional at Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C. Before working at Mintz, Pam served as project manager for a number of development companies. Pam is on the board of the housing committee of Hebrew Senior Life, a not-for-profit housing and health care provider and research center that is the Harvard Medical School affiliate for gerontology and she is on the board of MAB Community Services, one of the oldest organizations in the country working to create opportunities for people with disabilities. For fifteen years, she served as an elected official on the board of the Brookline Housing Authority. Pam is a former member of B’nai B’rith Housing New England, the Combined Jewish Philanthropies Disabilities Housing Implementation Advisory Committee and The Arc of Greater Boston. Pam is also active in organizations working to create employment opportunities for adults with cognitive disabilities. Pam received her BA and MA in Urban Planning from the University of Michigan – Ann Arbor.Back to Team