Pam Davis

Assistant City Manager, City of Boulder, Colorado

Local government service is Pam Davis’ passion because she believes we accomplish more working together than separately. For the past eight years, she has worked on behalf of communities to promote equity, partnership, and innovation. Pam is currently Senior Management Analyst for the City of Boulder, Colorado, where she works with an incredible team to address adaptive challenges. Prior to Boulder, she served two different communities in Arizona, as the Budget Officer in Sierra Vista and the Assistant to the City Manager in Goodyear. Pam’s local government service began as the Management Assistant in Fort Collins, Colorado. During that time, she also served on a temporary assignment with the town of Estes Park, Colorado, assisting the town with disaster recovery efforts from the autumn floods of 2013.

Pam holds a Bachelor of Arts in Government from Smith College and a Master of Public Administration with a concentration in Urban Management from Arizona State University, where she worked with the Alliance for Innovation as a Marvin Andrews Fellow. In addition to her current role in Boulder, she serves as the chair of CivicPRIDE, the nation’s first professional association dedicated to advancing LGBTQIA+ leadership in local government. Leading CivicPRIDE is her effort to be the person she needed when she was younger.

12:00PM - 12:50PM

Thursday 30th July

Innovation Awards & Keynote

Innovation Awards Luncheon