Pam Ward serves as program coordinator for single-day leadership development programs at the Fanning Institute. In that role, she helps faculty compile and organize program materials, provides updates to the ACCESS database, and assists with editing and proofreading of Fanning Institute program reports and publications.
Prior to joining the Fanning Institute, she worked for the UGA Carl Vinson Institute of Government as an administrative secretary, assisting the Community and Regional Development Division and at UGA Libraries as an archival associate and oral history assistant at the Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies.
Pam also previously worked as program guide editor at WGTV and managing editor of Fine Tuning for GPTV, a newspaper copy editor, administrative assistant to the director of the Trans America Athletic Conference, emergency room and hospital ward secretary.
- Pam studied music and history at the University of Georgia