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March General Meeting
San Diego Foundation
Date: Saturday, March 13, 2021
Time: 10:30 A.M. (on Zoom)
Program: Pamela Gray Payton; VP Chief Impact & Partnerships Officer, San Diego Foundation
As The San Diego Foundation's Vice President, Chief Impact and Partnerships Officer, Pamela leads the Foundation's Community Impact Division, administering initiatives that advance quality of life for San Diegans. She plays a critical role in developing cross-sector partnerships and implementing future strategic plans for The San Diego Foundation and is currently leading the Foundation's COVID-19 Community Response Fund and the Black Community Investment Fund.
Previously, Pamela served as the Assistant Vice President, Community, State, and Local Government Relations, as well as Assistant Vice President of University Communications at the University of San Diego. In both roles, she worked closely with university leadership, campus and community partners, local and state government, and statewide and national higher education associations developing and implementing strategies that advanced the mission of the University of San Diego.
Very active in the San Diego community, Pamela serves as Board President for RISE San Diego and the Kim Center for Social Balance. She has also volunteered as a board member for La Jolla Country Day School; the San Diego Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc.; and Girl Scouts San Diego. She is a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Epsilon Xi Omega Chapter.
Pamela received her undergraduate degree in Communications from UC San Diego and a Master’s in Executive Leadership from the University of San Diego School of Business.
For our program Pamela will introduce the San Diego Foundation, describe its response to the pandemic, and tell us about the Foundation’s Black Community Investment Fund.
Karen Mathis, Program Committee