In almost four decades in the world of finance and markets, Pamela has ascended to the pinnacle of her industry on a record of professional integrity, solid long-term investment performance supported by propriety research. Leading financial journals have duly recognized her with prominent rankings and feature interviews including #19 in Forbes for Top Women Wealth Advisors in 2021, #1 in same list for Colorado advisors, #4 in Colorado in Barron’s top 1,200 by state in 2021, highest quartile ranking of the top 100 women advisors in Barron’s every year from 2012 to 2020, #12 in Forbes 2021 Best-In-State Wealth Advisors, and some twenty other awards throughout her career.
Pamela’s accolades are based on her tenure at Hightower Advisors where she joined as a partner and managing director in 2010. There she headed the Rosenau Group as the chief investment officer. Her team managed investments of $1.2 billion for 250 client families. As an investment manager’s manager, she counted among my clients hedge fund, mutual fund, and private equity managers and other senior financial industry executives.
Since 2011, Pamela has also contributed a periodic column to Forbes Digital where she brings into focus current economic trends that she discerns in her research and reading. This ten-year archive of columns now constitutes an incisive economic chronicle from the Great Recession recovery up to this moment.
Pamela holds a BA in Mathematics from Sarah Lawrence College and an MBA in Finance and Taxation from Emory University.