Pam Baer has been a successful businesswoman for many years. In addition to the Giants, she has also served as an officer and CEO for the San Francisco Opera, St. Vincent’s Health Partners, and the Opera Network. Pam is also the author of The Baer Legacy, a highly-readable look at her business journey, as well as a blog on the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s site.
In her spare time, Pam has been working with the Blue Spiral 1 Contemporary Art Center, on their Masters series, which chronicles San Francisco’s art history and growth. Baer serves on the board of directors for Create Something, a San Francisco-based charitable nonprofit.
Pam Baer is heavily involved in the philanthropic sphere. Her newest nonprofit, CureMatch, was formed with a $6.5 million dollar donation to cure blindness. This is a stunning amount of money for a one-year startup to receive. With her help, a blind man named Eric Applebaum is now able to see for the first time in his life. He has now dedicated his life to finding a cure for the condition.
Pamela Baer also serves as the Senior Director of The Wounded Warrior Project. In this position, she is able to help the military service members who have been severely wounded find healing. Pam believes that all those in need of healing deserve to be treated with love, kindness, and compassion.
Pam has contributed much of her time and resources to local organizations and causes, which include her service on the boards of numerous local organizations. People close to her report that she loves to have fun and find ways to connect with people and bring joy into their lives.
During her career, she has worked with CEOs of companies like Electronic Arts, Ticketmaster, and YouTube, but she’s also called on to represent other high-profile individuals like former President Bill Clinton and President Obama.Go to this page on Twitter, for more information.