President and CEO of the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC)
Pamela Prince-Eason is President and CEO of the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council, a role she assumed in 2011. She was previously Vice President of Worldwide Procurement for Pfizer Inc. and held various leadership positions at Texas Instruments, GSE Systems and Warner Lambert, as well as Co-owner of RMR Associates.
Pamela a three year term on the National Women’s Business Council from 09/2014 – 09/2017. Her experience as a corporate executive and woman business owner honed her expertise in supplier diversity, strategic leadership and management best practices. Additionally, her dedication to women’s business leadership illustrates her commitment to advance women’s excellence and opportunity. She has been a strong supporter of the Institute of Supply Management, WEConnect International, the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce and the National Minority Supplier Development Council. Pamela is also on the advisory committees of Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneurial Winning Women program, the Dell Women’s Entrepreneur Network, Wal-mart’s Women Owned Business Advisory Council, Shell Diversity & Inclusion Collaboration Partners, MGM Resorts International Diversity Advisory Board and the Coca-Cola Company’s 5by20 initiative.
Pamela holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from East Tennessee State University and graduated magna cum laude from Johns Hopkins University with a master’s degree in international business and finance. She received ISM’s Certified Professional in Supply Management designation in 2008, was included in the Moves magazine Power Women in 2010 and received the Women’s Business Enterprise Hall of Fame Executive Leadership award in 2012. Pamela often grants interviews on diversity, inclusion and capacity building of small business due to her passion about women’s advancement.
She and husband John have three children and five grandchildren. Favorite family activities include tennis, basketball and snowboarding.