Pamela O'Leary

Pamela O’Leary

Pamela O’Leary has been an Adjunct Professor at American University and Trinity Washington University. She consults for organizations in the area of women’s leadership development with an expertise about millennial women. Pamela was the Executive Director of the Public Leadership Education Network, and served on the board of directors for Running Start.

In 2013, she was invited to participate as an Expert at United Nations meetings in Geneva and New York for the UN System-Wide Action Plan (SWAP) for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women. At the US House of Representatives, she proposed and led efforts to successfully pass a resolution condemning rape in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (H Res 1227, 110th).

Pamela has been featured in the The Los Angeles Times, National Journal, Washington Post, and ForbesWoman. She was profiled in Joanne Cleaver’s book The Career Lattice as a case study of a high achieving millennial. Pamela has a M.A. in Applied Women’s Studies from Claremont Graduate University, and a B.A. in Environmental Science from the University of California, Berkeley.