Pam Lazos

Vice President for Communications

Pam Lazos is a Senior Assistant Regional Counsel for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 3 in Philadelphia where she has worked for the last 30 years, primarily on wetlands, wastewater, drinking water and Superfund cases.  A skilled negotiator, Pam represents the Agency in complex civil and administrative matters, some resulting in multi-million dollar settlements.  She is the author of the novel, Oil and Water, an environmental murder mystery about oil spills and green technology; of Six Sisters, a collection of novellas about family and dysfunction; creator of the eco blog; on the Board of Advisors for, and a contributor to the wH2O Journal, the Journal of Gender and Water (U of Penn); a ghost writer, and a children’s book author.  As former chair of the Girls in STEM committee for the Jr. League of Lancaster, Pam created two visionary, water-centric projects:  installing rain gardens as a teaching tool for stormwater management, creating curriculum to support the program; and installing aquaponics tanks in local elementary schools as a teaching tool for water, sustainability, and the life cycle.  She is an innovative collaborator, coalition builder, and team leader with excellent communication skills.  Pam dreams of the day when water will once again be pristine and pollutant free.  She practices laughter daily