Pamela J. Mundo, AICP/CEcD

 

 

President

 

Pam Mundo is an economic development executive and community planner with experience in board management and project development. Mrs. Mundo has a career reputation of assisting municipalities in formation of economic development strategic plans and community comprehensive plans, implementing these plans with successful retail, high technology, industrial and mixed use related developments. She has a track record of involving and motivating local leaders to execute projects resulting in new investment, new jobs and greater community success. Her collaborations with private sector interests also produce attractive and successful town centers, hospital and health care centers, downtown revitalization, retail and technology park developments.

 

Education

Master of City and Regional Planning, University of Texas at Arlington

Bachelor of Science in Economic Geography, University of Wisconsin

 

Professional Certifications

Certified Economic Developer, International Economic Development Council - CEcD

American Institute of Certified Planners, American Planning Association - AICP

Graduate of Economic Development Institute, University of Oklahoma – OU/EDI

Graduate of the Institute of Organizational Management, Southern Methodist University

Economic Development Sales Tax Training Seminar, Texas Economic Development Council - 2008

 

Professional Memberships

International Economic Development Council - IEDC

Texas Economic Development Council - TEDC

International Council of Shopping Centers – ICSC

American Planning Association - APA

 

Professional Volunteer Activity

Current faculty for U. of Arkansas Little Rock, Mid-Texas Basic ED Course 2004 to present.

Current faculty for the International Economic Development Council Strategic Planning Course.

Served as Technology Chairperson, Texas Economic Development Council.

Served as Board Director for the Texas Economic Development Council 1994-1998.

Advisory Board of Rockwall United Way/Past President of Midlothian Rotary.

Past President of Texas A & M /TEEX Economic Development Course Advisory Bd. (2001-2002) and faculty for the Basic ED Course 1998 to 2002.