Board Member

Pam Klein is the President of the Phoenix Group, Saskatchewan’s leading advertising and communications firm. Pam received her B.A. from the University of Regina, Master’s degree from the University of Manitoba and professional director designation from the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy. She’s worked internationally and across Canada for private, public and not-for-profit companies. She leads her team by example: striving for excellence, creating a rewarding work environment and giving back to the community. She has 30 plus years’ experience in business management, leadership and strategic development.

Community matters to Pam. Supporting the Saskatchewan Roughrider Football Club through professional partnership and volunteerism has been a great privilege for Pam. Serving on the Saskatchewan Roughrider Foundation board is an honour. Pam has been associated with the University of Regina for many years, currently as the 9th Chancellor and member of the board of governors. She has a rich history serving on various boards with a number of organizations including: the Paul J. Hill School of Business; Camp Circle O’ Friends; Amakon Foundation; the MacKenzie Art Gallery; Sask Film; Hospitals of Regina Foundation; North Central Family Centre and Heritage Regina. Power of Pink is an event Pam founded that’s raised $750,000.00 supporting breast cancer detection and rehabilitation. She’s donated her passion and communications expertise to many community events.

Pam is inducted in the Junior Achievement Business Hall of Fame and recipient of the Canada 150 Medal for philanthropic contribution. Pam and husband Steve have two fabulous young adult children, Elias and Greta.