Pamela Reeves

Senior Advisor for Gender Strategy, Executive Office of Melinda Gates

Pamela Reeves is founder of Reeves Advisory, advising international foundations and companies on developing gender strategies to achieve business and public purpose results. She is the consulting senior advisor for gender strategy to the office of Melinda Gates, and a senior fellow in international and public affairs at Brown University. She directed the US State Department's International Fund for Women and Girls under Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.  Reeves worked with governments and civil society throughout Latin America, the Caribbean, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East for over 20 years on governance and political processes, and she served as the UN human rights officer in Liberia. Her board service includes Brown University, the Kakenya Center for Excellence, and Women for Women International.

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