Pamela J. Newman, President & CEO of PJN Strategies, joins The Cats Roundtable with John Catsimatidis to discuss her book 'Leadership is Doing'. In the book, Pamela draws upon her experience in business, public service, and philanthropy to offer lessons on sustainable leadership skills.
The Charles Evans Award honoring philanthropic leadership was presented by event co-chair Ronald S. Lauder. to honoree Pamela J. Newman, CEO of PJN Strategies. “Pamela truly embodies the altruistic essence of this award,” said Mr. Lauder. “Like Charles Evans, who this award is named in memory of, Pamela’s determination, advocacy and enthusiasm derive from her personal connection to the disease.”
At the Mission Society of New York City, 96th annual Founding Families Gala, Mission board members Jay Moorhead & Pamela J. Newman honored the late Ellsworth Stanton III with the Founders' Legacy Award.
Pamela J. Newman was reluctant to enter the insurance industry at first but on closer inspection found it intriguing, and over the past 35 years she has become one of the most successful executives in the sector.
Dr. Pamela Newman was selected by the Acting Secretary of the Army, Ryan D. McCarthy, to represent south New York. "It is with great pleasure that I accept the appointment as a Civilian Aide to the Secretary of the Army," Newman said. "I look forward to serving as the link between the community, Secretary McCarthy and Army leaders at all levels to tell the Army story." CASAs are a vital part of the Army, promoting good relations between the Army and the public and advising the Secretary about regional issues. "Dr. Newman has an extensive background in community relations and I have no doubt that she will continue in that role while advocating for our Soldiers and their families," said McCarthy.