Pam Boyd

Co-founder and President

Pam has spent her entire career in the marketing communications field, working in various positions at advertising and public relations firms. Her work includes devising and spearheading national, regional and local communications campaigns for a diverse client base; conducting new product launches; managing special events planning and promotion; and developing community outreach and corporate positioning programs.

In 1998, Pam had the opportunity to leave a successful career with a public relations firm and start her own firm. An entrepreneur at heart, she jumped at the opportunity.

Pam has a proven track record in generating exceptional media coverage and exposure for her clients in varied industries. She provides the strategy, groundwork and energy to help advance her clients and their causes. Pam has also handled many high-level campaigns and announcements from new business formations to health care initiatives. Her work has been recognized by a number of reputable industry associations.

Pam holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Delaware and a master’s degree in corporate public relations from Rowan University. She earned a certificate of completion for PRSA’s crisis communication certificate program.

Recognition:
JerseyMan/PhillyMan “Woman of the Year,” 2015
South Jersey Biz “Woman to Watch,” 2012
NJBIZ “Best 50 Women in Business,” 2011
Woman Business Owner of the Year, Natl. Association of Women
Business Owners – South Jersey Chapter, 2010
40 Under 40 Award Winner, Philadelphia Business Journal, 2002
40 Under 40 Award Winner, NJBIZ, 2002

Boards and Affiliations:

Board of Trustees and Executive Committee, Southern New Jersey Development Council

Board member and member of Governance Committee, Food Bank of South Jersey

Lifting Up Camden’s Youth (LUCY), advisory board

NJ Aid for Animals, advisory board

SJ Magazine editorial advisory board

Emeritus Board member and member of the Board of Governors, YMCA of Burlington and Camden Counties (former)

SJ Magazine editorial advisory board

Board of Education, Burlington County Institute Technology (former)

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