Pamela’s work experience focuses on education and healthcare, but her projects and interests extend to many different building types. She considers all built-environments as equally important opportunities to communicate positive messages of health, belonging and personal empowerment, in the way we interact and carry out activities. In addition to the projects she has worked on, she has engaged in a variety of the activities to become more deeply informed of best-practice and innovative approaches in architecture and space planning, including research projects and experience in the areas of mental health, aging populations and dementia care.
Pamela enjoys working with people. She leverages her architectural background to inform a collaborative approach to planning facilities that realize effective service delivery and project-specific social, economic and environmental goals aligned with the client’s strategic vision.