Vice Chair, The Commonwealth Institute
Pamela Reeve is Vice Chair of The Commonwealth Institute, working with women CEOs, entrepreneurs and business leaders to help them grow their businesses and their careers. She is the former CEO of Lightbridge, Inc. a company she headed from start up in 1989, took public in 1996, and ran for 15 years. Prior to joining Lightbridge, Reeve spent eleven years at the Boston Consulting Group, one of the world’s leading management consulting firms. Her prior experience includes National Project Manager for a program funded by National Endowment for the Humanities, and real estate finance and development.
Pam was the founding CEO of opennairboston.net, the Boston wireless initiative, appointed by Boston’s Mayor Thomas Menino, and ran that project from 2006-2008. She is the lead director of American Tower Corporation (NYSE: AMT) and serves on the boards of Frontier Communications (NASDAQ: FTR), Sonus Networks (NASDAQ: SONS) and DSM. She is a member of the Board of Trustees and the Executive Committee of the Mass Technology Leadership Council (former and first female Chair, Chair of the Policy Committee and Chair of the 2020 Challenge Task Force); Vice Chair of the Massachusetts General Physicians Organization Board of Trustees, on the board of Partners Community Healthcare, Inc. and the Partners IS Committee. In 2011 she was appointed by Governor Deval Patrick to the Board of the Massachusetts Tech Collaborative. She is co-founder and vice chair of the Winchester Community Service Foundation, which created the service learning program operating in the Winchester school system since 2004.
Reeve was chosen as the 2000 Entrepreneur of the Year in Software and Technology by Ernst & Young, 2002 CEO of the Year by the Massachusetts Telecom Council, and has received numerous other leadership recognitions and awards.
Reeve earned her MBA degree, with distinction, from the Harvard Business School, and received her undergraduate degree, with honors, from the University of Georgia Honors Program. She has four children, coached soccer for over 20 years and has been active in her community soccer clubs and the Massachusetts Youth Soccer Association. She chairs the Church Council of the Crawford Memorial United Methodist Church in Winchester.