Past Speaking – Pamela Hawley


Pamela talks about how to make value based decisions. 
Pamela shares her experience of social innovation and the social entrepreneur​
​On Founder’s Day, alumna Pamela delivered an inspiring keynote about her personal journey to the nonprofit sector and her experiences at Castilleja High School. 
Pamela was invited to speak to attendees from a wide range of colleges and universities on “Social Entrepreneurship Magic” at Principia’s Public Affairs Conference on Social Entrepreneurship.

Pamela was invited to speak as part of UC Berkeley Extension’s Public Program lecture series, sponsored by the Dean’s Office. She spoke about how you can have a positive impact through philanthropy, volunteering and corporate social responsibility. Pamela is an instructor for Berkeley Extension on entrepreneurship.

Pamela was invited to be the keynote speaker for an evening lecture series at Pepperdine. Sponsored by the Graduate School of Education and Psychology, the series “brings leading agents of change to GSEP to discuss the challenges and opportunities in servant-leadership in communities across the world.”
UniversalGiving was invited to speak at CyberGrants’ User Conference in Boston. Pamela spoke about UniversalGiving Corporate, and how our services can benefit a company’s CSR program. CyberGrants is a long-time partner of UniversalGiving. UniversalGiving works with CyberGrants clients to provide vetting and other services for their CSR programs.

Pamela Hawley, as part of The No Cut Club, was chosen to speak on a panel at SOCAP14. Learn how DIGDEEP, UniversalGiving, and Groundwork Opportunities (GO) are disrupting the traditional giving model, by inspiring donors to become activists, advocates, and storytellers for a number of causes, in unique and unprecedented ways. 
Women are leading the way in building self-sustaining communities worldwide. These women are on the front line, and will share their inspiring stories of courage, determination and the world-changing progress being made by ordinary and extraordinary women. Pamela was one of three speakers at this exciting event sponsored by Speak To Me. 

Pamela was featured speaker at the event, “Making the Jump and Making a Difference: Duke Women Entrepreneurs” produced by the Duke Women’s Forum in Northern California. Through personal stories, Pamela shared her thoughts on social entrepreneurship, innovation, and student engagement.
Connection, through networks, communities, and technology, will enable future leaders to manage complexity, build value-added relationships, and drive innovation with a diverse, global workforce. Pamela delivered the keynote for the Future Leaders Conference, put on by Conference Board.
In August 2011, Pamela spoke at the Commonwealth Club in a panel titled, “The Leading Edge for Corporate Social Responsibility:
Setting the Bar for Ethical Business Conduct”