- • 20+ years as television producer and co-anchor
- • 10+ years in financial services
- • 3+ years as CEO of start up, Wealthramp
Pam just launched Wealthramp, an online solution to help consumers find qualified financial advisors who adhere to the highest fiduciary standard, and who are not commission-driven. Wealthramp uses an eHarmony style algorithm to match individual investors to the best-fit advisors, and is available to consumers at no cost. Pam also created the award-winning MoneyTrack investor education television series seen nationally on over 250 PBS stations. She is the recipient of a 2010 and 2009 Gracie Award, educating the public about personal investing, and finding the right financial advice. Watch for Pam’s newest one-hour special, MoneyTrack: Money for Life on PBS stations starting in late 2016. Pam serves on the board of directors of the California Jump$tart Coalition, an organization dedicated to increasing financial literacy among children and teens.
Pam earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Colorado.
Quote from Pam
"I learned late in life that you don't have to be wealthy to be financially secure. My hope is that I can teach average folks that anyone can have financial security and a comfortable future by using a simple, common sense strategy... and it's never too late to start!"
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