Pamela Fuller’s work has always been tied to issues of inclusion with an emphasis on exploring the impacts of bias and pushing just a bit, to make progress. For more than 15 years, Pamela has worked in both the public and private sector supporting clients and solving complex problems. She currently serves as FranklinCovey’s Thought Leader, Inclusion and Bias as well as a Global Client Partner responsible for supporting some of the organization’s most strategic accounts.
Her solutions oriented and client-centric approach has resulted in unique solutions that exceed client expectations and achieve results. Pamela works with clients to match the right solution to organizational strategic priorities and is particularly adept at designing tailored, competency-based programs to solve her client’s most pressing needs. Through this work, Pamela has designed programs that have made impact on hundreds of thousands of participants to include FranklinCovey’s newest offering, Unconscious Bias: Understanding Bias to Unleash Potential.
Prior to her current role, Pamela served as an EEO & Diversity Analyst and Trainer where she conceived and implemented proactive diversity programs to include human capital planning, training on unconscious bias and microaggressions, and statistical workforce analysis. She also served the non-profit community for nearly a decade executing marketing, communications, special events and fundraising strategies.
She is a highly sought-after consultant, speaker and strategist, having addressed leaders across the world on leadership topics to include unconscious bias, high potential leadership and building an inclusive and effective culture to include the United Nations System, US federal government and the Fortune 500. Pamela is also the lead author of the forthcoming book The Leader’s Guide to Unconscious Bias, set to release on October 27, 2020.