New York City, NY (PRWEB) December 13, 2007
International Organization Consultant, Pamela Palanque North (http://palanqueassociates.com), successfully moderated Mayor Michael Bloomberg's meeting with over two-hundred businesses, not-for-profit and civic leaders from northern Manhattan. Palanque North skillfully facilitated a dialog between the Mayor and meeting attendees on such complex and controversial issues as public policies concerning undocumented immigrants, economic development, affordable housing, crime and early education intervention.
Pamela Palanque North has designed and moderated large scale meetings for other organization leaders such as the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Chief Administrator, Vice Admiral Conrad Lautenbach; Lucent Technologies', Bell Labs President of Wireless Business Systems, Jim Brewington; and the Permanent Secretary for Public Administration of Trinidad and Tobago, Jackie Wilson.
She also consults on an ongoing basis to the Women's International Leadership Program at International House in NYC, Shared Interest South African Partnership of NYC and Johannesburg, South Africa and the US Department of Commerce Educational Partnership Program. Pamela is a founding member of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Trustee Multicultural Advisory Board and has recently been appointed Chair of the Human Capital Development Committee of the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone, which is responsible for much of the economic revitalization that is occurring in Manhattan north of 96 Street.
Professor Pamela Palanque North teaches in the American University - National Training Laboratories Graduate School of Public Affairs, Organization Development Program and has been a lecturer at the University of the North, Pietersburg, South Africa and the University of the West Indies, Port of Spain, Trinidad. Recently, she Co-directed the first Global Virtual Teams Conference, which studied the dynamic of collaboration in permanent and temporary cross-cultural workgroups.