Pam Gerber is Executive Director of Entrepreneurs For North Texas (EFNT), a program of Communities Foundation of Texas that facilitates corporate community involvement and philanthropy for small and mid-size companies.
relocated in 2000 to Dallas from San Jose, California after a ten-year career with City Year
, a national youth service AmeriCorps program.
She served as the National Chief of Staff and founding Executive Director of City Year San Jose/Silicon Valley.
Pam is active in the Dallas community and serves as Councilmember Phillip Kingston's appointee on the Community Development Commission and is a member of the city's LGBT Task Force . She also serves on the Advisory Board of the University of North Texas Public Affairs and Community Service Program, the Advisory Councils for Juliette Fowler Communities and Wisdom's Hope, the steering committees for Dallas Women's Foundation's Board Alumnae and Dallas Dinner Table and on the Final Four Local Organizing Committee.
She is also a member of the Dallas Summit.
Previously, Pam served as a Councilmember appointee of the Citizen's Police Review Board, as a Board Member of the Dallas Women's Foundation, Youth First Texas and TexChange, as well as an Advisory Board Member of Executives In Action, Philanthropy World Magazine, the Prisoner Entrepreneurship Program, the North Texas Regional Center for Innovation and Commercialization and Jr. Finance.
Additionally, she served on the steering committees for TEDxSMU's Idea Week and the John Thomas Resource Center Capital Campaign and was an Action Team Member for the North Texas Super Bowl XLV.
In 2012, Pam
was honored with the "Top 25 Women in Business Award" from the Dallas Business Journal