A graduate of Humber College’s Computer Programmer diploma program and an Oracle Certified Professional, Pam’s career trajectory is testament to her enterprising spirit. In 1997, eager to learn the tools of the trade, she took her place alongside Investor Economics’ founders as a co-op student. From there, Pam began immersing herself in the world of financial services, thereby gaining insight into the art of collecting—and delivering—quantitative data to financial services providers across the country and beyond.
Today, as the company’s senior manager of data systems, Pam oversees the direction and management of Investor Economics’ data collection and reporting operations, at once exploiting her technical and project management skills while ensuring that the design of all reports is consistent with the company’s vision. Indeed, much of the company’s success can be attributed to the versatility of its employees, who are able to address not only the technical aspects of a project, but the creative and cognitive aspects as well.
Having thus grown the purview of her responsibilities over the years, Pam remains one of Investor Economics’ most dedicated employees. She is also one of the few who understands the difference between Google and googly. When not delving into such minutiae, she takes refuge in baseball, soccer and volleyball.