Pamela is Executive Director of the Government Skills and Curriculum Unit, and building the Campus for training and learning. This supports all government talent.
In a career spanning the private, public and social sectors she has influenced major public service reform, notably in education and criminal justice. Pamela’s government experience spans strategy, policy, communication and delivery roles in the Department for Education, Ministry of Justice, HMP Wandsworth, and Tech City UK (Tech Nation). She began her career as a consultant and lobbyist in the private sector.
Pamela is a Ditchley Foundation Trustee and founding adviser to Code4000, the first ever coding workshop in the UK prison system. She is also on the Advisory Board of the Weidenfeld Hoffman Trust, and Scholarship and Leadership programme.