Nationally recognized speaker, trainer, and writer, Pamela Varkony, is known for her keen insights on leadership, politics, and current affairs. She has provided professional development strategies and motivational keynotes for organizations from the Fortune 500 to entrepreneurial start-ups.
Pursuing her passion of empowering other women, Pam founded “Power Of Women” a networking, mentoring, and education initiative dedicated to helping women achieve their goals through a personal and holistic approach to success.
A “citizen of the world”, Pam not only travels the globe, she helps to change it through both her work and her advocacy. As the iron curtain was falling across Central Europe, Pam consulted with the Hungarian government to develop a cross-cultural communications course for their officials. She has taught management techniques to female entrepreneurs in emerging markets, assertiveness skills to businesswomen in Australia, established a leadership program for one of the Czech Republic’s largest corporations, and has twice traveled to Afghanistan as a writer, consultant, and advocate.
A freelance columnist and commentator, her stories cover subjects from business ethics to the status of women in the third world.
Pam is a member of “American Women in Radio and Television” serving as a judge for the prestigious 2009 Gracie Awards. She is a member of the Business Council for Peace, a UNIFEM/UN organization as well as a member of the board of the Forum for Ethics.
Pam is a recipient of the Athena Award for business achievement; the American Association of University Women’s “Gateway Award” for leadership in women’s issues; as well as the Business Council for Peace, VERA Award for her work in Afghanistan.
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