Who is in the chair? (2)

Pam is a dedicated professional with a zeal for her work AND an incredibly compassionate individual who took a personal interest in those she worked with. Thank you Pam! Good luck and God bless!
Kim HarperDirector, IT Business Off. & Project Mgmt, Computing services Network

For students I work with at UNL to see Pam as the Director of an entire IT department, is a great thing. It shows them, both male and female, that this is accepted and Pam is there due to her abilities as a strong and thoughtful leader. Pam has never forgotten that the students are why we are all here, she has been a very strong advocate for their interests and needs over the years. 

Brad SeveraStudent Learning Tech Support Assoc, ITS
Worked on many projects from Y2K to LMS-RFI and always appreciated your insight. Best wishes to you and Brian for a long, happy and healthy retirement with many doors of opportunity awaiting you both.
Claudette BiskupSourcing Specialist, Procurement Services
Pam, I wish you the very best as you seek life's next adventure. It has been a pleasure knowing and working with you over the years. You've always had a smile on your face while seeking the best solution to a problem or situation. I've enjoyed talking about our boys and their exploits on a baseball field and now as are into the early years of their careers. I join with all your friends when I say you will be missed. Thank you!
Dan CottonNebraska Extension Director, CASNR
Pam, It has been a pleasure serving with you on the IdM Steering Committee. As one of the few non-technical people on the committee, I am grateful for your support and ability to translate my concerns to the rest of the committee members. I will miss your input, insight and perspective. I wish you the best on your next great adventure.
Sue OstranderProject Coordinator, Shared Services
My association with Pam goes back about 20 years ...there were very few women in IT so it was a pleasure discovering that Pam was on the team. We discovered several things in common including that we both had an 8 year old boy that we were delivering to Husker kids each morning...I will also certainly miss all the valuable insight and thoughts that Pam brought to each meeting.
Leona BarrattIT Skills Development Associate, ITS