A certified instructor for the Griffin Tate Group for over a decade, Pamela Carter-Bergvin leverages over 20 years of expertise as a project management educator and practitioner to inspire students around the world. Her in-depth knowledge of project management tools and techniques provides a distinct, high-value workshop experience.
A certified PMI® instructor, Pamela has taught Griffin Tate Group workshops in Brussels, Lucerne, and Geneva. She is the chairperson of the board at Skagerak International School in Sandefjord, Norway. Pamela is also an adjunct professor at Tusculum College where she teaches management courses. Her past experience as an educator includes serving as an adjunct professor with University of Edinburgh and Oslo College of Marketing where she taught project management courses at the graduate level.
Pamela’s experience is broad and deep. As an advisor/senior contract specialist in the areas of project, change and risk management; leadership development; and experience transfer; she spearheaded numerous large scale, international projects. As a director of quality and operational development, Pamela directed divisional project management activities for all new product or process development. She managed contract oversight initiatives through established service and operational quality criteria, as well as ensuring quality of operations from customer service, clerical and financial accuracy perspectives. Pamela also directed divisional training activities to meet the needs of the front-line staff with her overall objective of providing exemplary service.
Pamela Carter-Bergvin holds an MBA from Ball State University and a Bachelor of Science in Business from Indiana University.