Pam Thweatt

Project Administrator

Pam joined MFA as a project administrator and brings over ten years of high-level administrative experience from various industries, including law, technology, and healthcare. Growing up in Texas, Pam made her way from Boulder, Colorado, to her forever home in Portland, Oregon. She earned her bachelor’s degree in anthropology and minored in sociology with a…

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I am a learner and a doer—fascinated by logic and science. I am excited by MFA’s unique, innovative business model and grateful to be among driven, elite professionals.
I am a learner and a doer—fascinated by logic and science. I am excited by MFA’s unique, innovative business model and grateful to be among driven, elite professionals.
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Who is Pam Thweatt?

Pam joined MFA as a project administrator and brings over ten years of high-level administrative experience from various industries, including law, technology, and healthcare. Growing up in Texas, Pam made her way from Boulder, Colorado, to her forever home in Portland, Oregon. She earned her bachelor’s degree in anthropology and minored in sociology with a strong interest in culture and geology.

Pam has spent several years volunteering with animals and as a grief counselor for their human companions. Pam is an avid climber, backpacker, hiker, and mountain biker.  She loves to travel and has explored many countries. She spends a great deal of time with her beloved fur children.

Education

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology, University of Texas at Arlington

Certifications

Notary Public, State of Oregon: Commission No. 998979

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