Pam Stuart, who grew up in Baltimore, Maryland, brings more than three decades of dynamic experience to the table, spanning a diverse range of roles, from her professional journey to her involvement in volunteerism and public office. Her early exposure to family-owned businesses laid the foundation for her profound grasp of financial planning, and she followed her passion for numbers to achieve a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Economics from the University of Maryland.
Pam's career took her to Accenture, a Fortune Global 500 Company, where she rose to senior management in their Washington, DC office. In 2003, she embraced a new chapter in the Pacific Northwest, dedicating the past twenty years to Microsoft as a successful project and senior project manager.
Beyond her professional commitments, Pam is a dedicated parent to two children and an enthusiastic supporter of various organizations, including the Eastlake High School PTSA, Eastlake Little League, Sustainability Ambassadors, and local high school programs, championing fundraising and enrichment initiatives. In 2016, she achieved a personal milestone by earning a black belt in martial arts.
Pam's unwavering commitment to "getting things done" is well-documented during her five years of service on the city council, marked by her keen focus on fiscal responsibility and strategic planning, particularly addressing the challenges of housing, traffic, and transportation.
Her expertise shines through in navigating complex legal and legislative landscapes, with a strong emphasis on the importance of long-term planning, sustainability, and environmental stewardship. Pam's multi-faceted roles as a parent, spouse, dedicated employee, community leader, volunteer, and engaged citizen highlight her deep connection to Sammamish. Her family, including her husband Thom and their accomplished children, actively contribute to the community's vibrancy and well-being.
Inspired by their remarkable achievements and personal investments, Pam remains actively involved in the community and its governance, working tirelessly to ensure that Sammamish remains an inclusive and welcoming place for everyone to call home.