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Pamela Brown

Pamela Brown founded Strategic Business Solutions, LLC in September 2010 as a way to better reach and serve clients via a small, client-focused consulting business, and it’s grown exponentially ever since. Pamela received a BBA majoring in finance and an MBA with a management concentration from Angelo State University. She was employed by a public accounting firm where she managed the firm’s human resource development, marketing, operations and strategic planning, as well as overseeing the firm finances.

Pamela was the former director of the Small Business Development Center at Angelo State University (ASU-SBDC) and responsible for the launch of the Concho Valley Center for Entrepreneurial Development (CVCED), a small business incubator. Additionally, she served on the faculty at Angelo State University in the department of management and marketing. She facilitated the Communications in Business and Industry class, the Entrepreneurship class, and the Business Internship class during her teaching career.

She has been involved in the startup and ownership of several entrepreneurial ventures, was named the SBA’s Young Entrepreneur of the Year, and has been a QuickBooks Pro Advisor since 2005. She is a certified John C. Maxwell trainer, coach and facilitator and has been trained as a Dave Ramsey counselor. Additionally, she has completed 16 hours of a doctoral program focusing on small business leadership and succession issues. She holds a passionate love of all things Border Collie and German Shephard, and is an avid fan and player of tennis, Spurs basketball, and her all-time favorite movie: The Blind Side.

Pamela has been active in many community organizations, including numerous leadership positions. She serves as a judge for the annual Texas Family Business of the Year event, serves on the Concho Valley Council of Governments Economic Development Loan Review Board, was a board member for the Concho Valley Center for Entrepreneurial Development, and is a 1997 graduate of Leadership San Angelo. She also served on the Concho Valley Workforce Development Board in various positions in her nearly 20 years on the board. Additionally, she was a River Corridor Commissioner for two three-year terms. She is also a member of Oak Hills Church. Pamela is thankful for the many blessings in her life and hopes she makes the most of every single day, while keeping humble and kind to all whose paths cross hers.

There is no better way to describe Pamela Brown than to quote her favorite bible verse: “She is clothed in strength and dignity, and she laughs without fear of the future.” (Proverbs 31:25)

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