Pam Larmee is a Senior Consultant at DRi. An award-winning fundraiser with more than two decades of experience, Pam offers DRi’s development clients strategic counsel and support for all aspects of their fundraising programs, including assessments, individual giving, and campaign planning and implementation.
In addition to her work with DRi, Pam is also an independent consultant for a wide variety of clients, including Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater, Duke Student Publishing Company, Junior League of Washington, National Academy of Sciences, Washington Architectural Foundation, and Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts. She specialized in fundraising, Board development, volunteer management, and strategic planning.
Pam previously served as the Associate Vice President of Medical Center Advancement at The George Washington University in Washington, DC. In that role, she led the overall development and alumni relations efforts of the Medical Center, including the School of Medicine and Health Sciences and the School of Public Health and Health Services. She was responsible for creating and implementing a grateful patient fundraising program at GW.
Pam also served as the Director of Principal Gifts at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, DC during its $301.5 million campaign. As Director of Principal Gifts, she led the major and planned giving program and was a part of the senior management team. Earlier, Pam spent 9 years fundraising for the University of Michigan, where she played roles in regional major and planned gifts, campaign events, and annual giving during a $1.4 billion campaign.
Pam was named the 2015 Outstanding Fundraising Professional by the Association of Fundraising Professionals Washington DC (AFP DC) Chapter. She currently serves as the 2016 Co-Chair of The Bridge to Integrated Marketing and Fundraising Conference and on the Board of Directors of City Blossoms in Washington, DC. She is a Certified Fundraising Executive and previously served on the Board of the AFP DC Chapter. She holds an English degree from the University of Michigan and an Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP) certificate in fundraising management.