On September 15, 2022, we look forward to gathering at the KI Convention Center in Green Bay for our 17th
annual luncheon. This years event will feature Pamela Barnum, a former undercover police officer and
federal prosecutor turned nonverbal communication expert and trust strategist.
You have 50 milliseconds to make an impression with people who already have their guard up. Trust is at an
all-time low, and people are looking for a reason to say no to you. Pamela will help you get to yes, or
recognize when you should walk away.
People who can accurately interpret body language and manage how others perceive their body language are
more successful at building trust.
When you take decades of experience, including her unique background of working deep undercover in the
drug enforcement section, followed by a rewarding legal career, you get real-world strategies that help
audiences crack the code on trust using proven field-tested techniques.
Juggling diverse stakeholder groups with distinct interests and roles leads to an inevitable clash of words and
actions. What if you had a strategy to communicate trust quickly and easily without investing more time and
money? Increase in trust solidifies relationships and increases profits.
Building on her experience in the criminal justice system, Pamela studied corporate negotiations in graduate
school and now shares her experience, research, and expertise with candor, energy, and humor blending
actionable strategies with memorable stories.
This is an exciting time for the Women’s Fund of Greater Green Bay and for our community. We are
celebrating 17 years of Power of the Purse, supporting our cause of empowering women and inspiring girls.
Since inception, we have raised $3.2 million (current) for the endowment, have granted $1.1 million (since June 30,
2020) to more than 100 community initiatives. With your help we continue to inspire and shape the future of women
and girls in our community.