Attorney and Consultant, Calloway & Associates
PAMELA CALLOWAY is Attorney and Consultant, Calloway & Associates. Before that she was Principal of the consulting firm Calloway & Associates and is an attorney with expertise in developing private-public partnerships for workforce and economic development to meet business needs through governmental relations, human resources development and strategic planning. Previously, she served as Vice-President and Director of the California Office for Public/Private Ventures (P/PV), a social policy think-and-action tank with offices in Philadelphia, New York City and Oakland. Prior to work at P/PV, she was Chief of Staff for the Workforce Investment Board in San Francisco and was President of the Private Industry Council there. She has advised former Oakland Mayor Ron Dellums, former San Francisco mayors Willie Brown and Gavin Newsom, and the Oakland Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce on workforce and economic development strategies. She served as Executive Director of the Workers to Business Owners Project at the Naval Air Station in Alameda County, as Chief Counsel of the National Bank of Washington in Washington, DC, and as Counsel at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. She has served on and as President of the Oakland Port Commission, which has jurisdiction over the seaport, Oakland International Airport and waterfront commercial real estate. She is a graduate of Fisk University (Summa Cum Laude. Phi Beta Kappa) and Georgetown University Law Center (National Chair, Black Law Students Association) and is a member of the State Bar of California.