Pam Green

Mrs. Green graduated from Duke University with a BA in Public Policy and a minor in Drama. She began her arts administration training at the Durham Arts Council and furthered her experience working for the American Dance Festival. She was managing director of the Chuck Davis African-American Dance Ensemble (1985-1989) and Director of Touring and Presenting for the NC Arts Council (1989-1992).

In 1992, she founded PMG Arts Management, providing booking, management and consulting services to well-established and emerging artists, including the renowned Ronald K. Brown/Evidence, Camille A. Brown & Dancers, Philadanco!, Rosie Herrera Dance Theatre, Grammy nominated vocalist Nnenna Freelon’s The Clothesline Muse, and Helen Simoneau Danse.

Mrs. Green has served as a board member, consultant, panelist, or workshop leader for the NEA, APAP, NEFA, NAPAMA, the Southern Arts Federation, the Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation, the Michigan Council for the Arts, the International Association of Blacks in Dance, the City of Durham North Carolina’s Cultural Advisory Board, and the NCPC. Most recently, Mrs. Green has worked with APAP on its EMC Arts Innovation Lab Initiative and helped to design their Leadership Fellows Program (2015). She is an active alumna of Duke University and resides in Durham, North Carolina with her husband Isaac and their dog Flash.