Nyack, NY, United States
CompanyLittle Big Brands
Pamela is a partner at Little Big Brands and heads up the firm’s client service, bringing a 15-year track record of developing and managing successful branding and communications initiatives.
Little Big is a branding and package design firm known for its insightful and inspired work. Under her leadership, the agency has won numerous awards and has been featured in publications such as: Brandweek, Brand Packaging, Packaging Digest, GDUSA, Package Design Magazine, Packaging World, Shelf Impact, The Big Book of Green Design, and NoAH-9. Little Big’s portfolio of work includes: Unilever, Coca-Cola, Novartis, Sun Products Corp., Lornamead, the Lion Brewery, and celebrity chef Govind Armstrong.
Prior to joining Little Big, Pamela spent 11 years at DDB Worldwide specializing in creating integrated communications programs for a variety of environmentally-focused products and companies. She was director of DDB Issues & Advocacy New York, and created and led DDB’s Brand Integrity Group. Notably, she helped launch and lead the introduction of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Energy Star Program nationally and in New York State. Through the years, her work has been recognized by the Emmy Awards, One Show, the Silver Anvils, and the American Package Design Awards.
Pamela holds a B.A. in Communications from the Edward R. Murrow School of Communication at Washington State University. She lives in New York’s Hudson Valley with her husband, beagle, and two rescued cats. For more information, http://www.littlebigbrands.com.