2020 Outstanding Philanthropist

Congratulations to our 2020 Outstanding Philanthropist, Pam Klein!

AFP South Saskatchewan is pleased to announce that our 2020 National Philanthropy Day award recipient for Outstanding Philanthropist is Pamela Klein, B.A., M.Ed., Pro.Dir.

Pam is the President of the Phoenix Group, a leading advertising, communications and web development firm. Pam received her B.A. from the University of Regina, M.Ed. 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. Pam is passionate about supporting emerging leaders though mentorship and teaching.


Pam has served with many organizations including: current Chancellor and member of the board of governors of the University of Regina and, board member Saskatchewan Roughrider Foundation, the Paul J. Hill School of Business; Camp Circle O’ Friends; the MacKenzie Art Gallery; Sask Film; Hospitals of Regina Foundation; North Central Family Centre Advisory and Heritage Regina. She founded the Power of Pink, an event to benefit breast health which raised $750,000 for local charitable groups and has supported many not-for-profit organizations. Pam is a recipient of the Saskatchewan Order of Merit, inducted in the Junior Achievement Business Hall of Fame and recipient of the Canada 150 Medal for philanthropic contributions.

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