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Pamela Warren

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Pamela Warren, based in Toronto, has deep expertise in leadership best practices, CEO succession, and board recruitment and effectiveness. Pamela also serves as the Co-Leader of the Firm’s Global Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Council.

I love listening to clients’ or candidates’ stories, understanding what makes them unique, and helping them have a meaningful impact. I also love the variety of our work and that it allows me to continually learn and grow.

Prior to joining Egon Zehnder, Pamela held general management, business development, and global marketing roles at Mead Johnson Nutritionals, a consumer division of Bristol Myers Squibb. Pamela began her career as a retail buyer at Bloomingdale’s and in product management at Mars.

Pamela has a BA in political science and French from the University of Michigan and an MBA from the American Graduate School of International Management. She regularly speaks on evolving talent trends in the boardroom at the University of Toronto Rotman School’s Director Education Program. She also sits on two nonprofit boards, manages her son’s basketball team, and is an aspiring golfer, cook, and gardener.

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Egon Zehnder Global Board Diversity Tracker Shows Slow and Insufficient Progress — Urging Measurable Action

Egon Zehnder Global Board Diversity Tracker Shows Slow and Insufficient Progress — Urging Measurable Action

For the past 16 years, Egon Zehnder has tracked gender and international diversity on boards around the world. This year, our 2020 report expands… Read more

CBC News – How Canada Stacks Up on Women's Representation on Corporate Boards

CBC News – How Canada Stacks Up on Women's Representation on Corporate Boards

Having formal board evaluations, setting term and age limits, and implementing a gender diversity policy are some ways corporations can make progress in diversifying… Read more

The Globe and Mail – How Do We Fill the Pipeline with Board-Ready Women?

The Globe and Mail – How Do We Fill the Pipeline with Board-Ready Women?

How can Canadian companies achieve a more robust pipeline of senior female executives, asks Egon Zehnder’s Pamela Warren in an article for The Globe… Read more

How Do We Fill the Pipeline With Board-Ready Women?

How Do We Fill the Pipeline With Board-Ready Women?

On Tuesday, countries around the globe join in celebrating International Women’s Day, honouring the achievements of women and mobilizing with programs to close the… Read more

Canadian Business – How Boards Can Boost Diversity By Considering Potential

Canadian Business – How Boards Can Boost Diversity By Considering Potential

Canadian boards welcome the idea of more women, but Egon Zehnder’s Toronto-based consultant Pamela Warren often hears that they are worried about sacrificing quality… Read more

Boosting Diversity Calls for Bold Approach

Boosting Diversity Calls for Bold Approach

Boosting diversity on boards and in senior management will be high on the agenda of many Canadian companies in 2015 thanks to new diversity… Read more

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