ATLANTA, Ga. /eNewsChannels/ — Pathbuilders, Inc. has expanded its leadership team with the addition of Pam Tipton, who will serve as executive director of consulting. Tipton joins the team with more than 22 years of diverse career experience in Fortune 100 corporations and non-profits. She will be responsible for strategic direction and execution of program expansion for customized client engagements.
“The addition of an executive director of consulting position will enable Pathbuilders to offer more personalized support for our clients. Pam is an excellent person to fill this role,” said Helene Lollis, president of Pathbuilders. “She is a results-oriented professional with proven talent in program development and strategic planning.”
Tipton has held leadership positions within operations, marketing, product development and regulatory policy. While in these roles, she was known for fostering the professional growth of others and enhancing the performance of individuals and teams.
Prior to joining Pathbuilders, Tipton most recently served as a director of regulatory policy at AT&T Corporation. She also worked with Dress for Success Atlanta on program development, strategic planning and volunteer management. Tipton holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Agnes Scott College and a master’s degree from Emory University’s Goizueta Business School.
Tipton serves on the advisory board for the Gabriel Center for Servant-Leadership, is a dedicated volunteer and advisor for Dress for Success Atlanta, and is an active member of the Executive Women of Goizueta. She also volunteers as a consultant for non-profit organizations through the Atlanta Business School Alliance.
About Pathbuilders, Inc.
Pathbuilders partners with Fortune-ranked companies to create gender-diverse senior leadership teams that directly contribute to the bottom-line. Pathbuilders combines executive education and peer exchange with structured mentoring to develop high-impact female leaders who move their companies forward. The company offers formal mentoring programs and customized solutions to develop high-potential female talent at each of the four distinct phases of women’s careers. Since 1995, Pathbuilders has worked with more than 300 organizations and has positively impacted the careers of nearly 2500 Atlanta-area women. For more information, visit www.pathbuilders.com .
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