Pamela Teagarden works at the intersection of business and psychology, seeing the business drivers in behavior measurement and using them to ensure organizations get real results. Starting her career as a banker, and with the addition of post graduate studies in corporate behavioral psychology, she developed a ROI for people practices. She is certified in over 35 psychometric tools, partnering this with expert selection and use. She is recognized for making sense of data, marrying authentic behavioral strengths with good strategy, and communicating information in a simple, meaningful way.

Having lived in Nizhneyvartovsk, Moscow, London, Beijing, New York City, Washington DC, Dallas and St. Louis, Pamela has a diverse and global perspective on human capital. Her clients include Microsoft, ABN-Amro, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Yum Restaurants International, Royal Bank of Scotland, Morgan Stanley, Deloitte and Unilever, among others. She also works with small-to-medium companies, equity funders, entrepreneurs and individuals.

Pamela also serves on the Wall Street Journal Task Force on Women in the Economy and as faculty to the Global Thought Leadership Institute to the Fortune 100 on talent. She is a consultant, coach, published author, widely read blogger, and sought-after keynote speaker.

She hold a Bachelors in Finance from Texas Tech University, a Bachelors in Accounting from Moorhead University, and a Masters in Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania.