Director, Diversity and Inclusion Jersey City Medical Center
RWJBarnabas Health is the largest, most comprehensive health system in N.J. and the state's largest private employer.
Pamela Weatherspoon was born in Southern California and was raised in Southern Oregon. She received her bachelor degree in Communications from Portland State University, and her Masters’ in Business Administration from Concordia University. Currently, Weatherspoon is the Program Manager of Diversity and Community Engagement for Legacy Health. Prior to that, she was responsible for Community Relations for Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel and Legacy Emanuel Medical Center and she also worked as the Community Relations Director and African American Mentoring Director at Big Brothers Big Sisters Columbia Northwest. She is currently engaged in the community in numerous ways including being a volunteer big sister through the Big Brothers Big Sisters program, board member of the Portland Trail Blazers Foundation Board, advisory board for the Oregon Association of Minority Entrepreneurs, Commissioner for the Oregon Liquor Control Commission, as well as board of directors for Partners in Diversity and Healing Hurt People. In 2009 she graduated from leadership Clark County, 2010 finished a 13-month Emerging leadership program with the National Urban League, and completed the 18-month American Leadership Forum program in 2013.