Pam Johnson has been named Chief Operating Officer for 4word, a global non-profit organization based in Dallas serving Christian women in the workplace by helping them reach their God-given potential with confidence through its 4word’s Mentor Program, Local Groups, and Digital Community.
“Pam brings a twenty-four-year career at Nike, Inc. to 4word, most recently serving as Global Strategic Account Business Director on the Foot Locker, Inc. sales team,” said 4word Founder and President Diane Paddison. “Her strong finance, strategic planning, and operational leadership with best in class global sales experience will be a tremendous benefit to our organization. We are honored to have her join our team. Pam will take 4word to the next level.”
Prior to Nike, Pam held various Financial Management positions with Mentor Graphics, US Bank, and United Technologies.
Pam is a native of the state of Oregon. She is actively involved with Oregon State University as an Advisory Board member to the School of Business, and as a Board member of the Alumni Association. Pam is a graduate of Oregon State University where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance and a minor in Computer Science.
“It is an honor to join the dynamic 4word team and to have this opportunity to help women achieve their highest potential in all areas of their life,” said Ms. Johnson. “I look forward to overseeing the operational and financial areas of 4word, plus, providing marketing and technological expertise, sharing new and exciting ideas that will enhance and expand the opportunities for 4word to continue its impact on women in the workplace on a national and global level.”
4word is the only global organization serving Christian women in the workplace enabling leadership growth, relationship building, integration of faith, and building confidence and a sense of purpose. Their mission is to connect, lead, and support Christian women in the workplace to achieve their God-given potential with confidence. Relationships are fostered through the 4word Mentor Program and Corporate Mentor Program and in 21 local groups throughout the United States. For further information: www.4wordwomen.org.