PAMELA BENSON OWENS
Committed to Excellence
Pamela Benson Owens has served as President and CEO of Edge of Your Seat Consulting, Inc. for the last 20 years. In this capacity, Pam has toured around the US delivering customized training, strategic planning, fundraising consulting, human resources, keynote speaking and executive coaching for corporate clients, school districts, non-profits, higher education institutions, religious entities, and small businesses.
Known for her no-nonsense communication style, Pam holds an undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University and a Master’s degree from St. Edward’s University. She leverages the methodology from both degrees to create “teachable moments”.
She calls Austin home and is married with two kids.
An insightful, forthcoming and energizing speaker on leadership, embracing change, creating motivating environments, emotional intelligence, and all things inspirational with a backdrop of reality.
REFLECT - RECHARGE - REIGN
In 2014 after what can only be described as a series of health detours, Pam created a new model for which to navigate the growth and learning in both the professional and personal spheres of one's journey.
This approach is known to many as Percolating.
To percolate: The process of discernment and mindfulness about how you navigate the important issues of life.
The ultimate goal with the ongoing work of EOYS is that our clients slow down long enough to speed up! By that we mean, be intentional about those things that are truly important and encourage those around you to do the same. The world is fast paced and instant gratification is the name of the game. At EOYS we have taken ownership of a complete pivot in thinking about keeping up. With excellence as our guide, we want to co-create the best solutions for our customers and propel this forward with a more proactive and thoughtful strategy.
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