Pamela Lau brings more than 25 years of experience in dynamic speaking, teaching, writing and mediating. She has led a variety of groups, both small and large, in seminars, trainings, conferences and teachings, Pam’s passion is to see each person communicate with their most authentic voice. With more than 10, 000 hours of writing, researching, and teaching the heart and soul of Pam’s calling comes from decades of walking alongside those who have experienced healing through pain and peace through conflict.
As a professor and author, Pam deeply understands the role of mentoring and building bridges from one generation to another. She has developed a wisdom in how to connect administrators with students, parents with administrators, and board members to leadership teams. Her skill in resolving conflict extends across differences in families, businesses, schools, universities, and non-profits. Pam specializes in simplifying complex issues and as a business owner, has helped numerous CEOs and leaders communicate effectively during conflict. She is an author, speaker, teacher and mediator and is a frequent contributor to online and print publications.
Genesis Team Role:
Divorce Mediation & Higher Education
B.S. English and Journalism, Liberty University
M.S. Technical Communication, Colorado State University
Publications and Media:
Soul Strength, Random House
A Friend In Me, David C Cook
Video Series, RightNow Media (A Friend In Me)
Murdock Women in Leadership
Women of Willamette
Yamhill County Mediators
Pamela was born and raised in Mount Laurel, New Jersey and attended college in Virginia where she met her husband, Brad Lau, who is a college administrator. The two make their home in Newberg, Oregon. They have three adult daughters and a soon-to-be son-in-law.