LIfe Long Competitor, Commitment to Excellence

Life Long Competitor

A life-long competitor, Pam has built her “can do” attitude, one step at a time. She excelled as a student athlete from middle school through college because she was disciplined and was totally committed to the team. It takes a team to be successful and it takes commitment over the long haul. Her athletic career fueled her competitive drive, focus and tenacity. She learned that a commitment to excellence is the only way to live her life.Competitor Lady-Longhorn-1974-75

Her passion and commitment to doing things the “right way” enhance her role as a neutral; and, adds a unique level of depth and experience. Not only does she play the “game”, she plays to win. This is her nature as a competitor.

Her passion encompasses the present, but also for the future. In addition to her unwavering commitment to her clients; she has been asked to serve a “lifetime” appointment to the Longhorn Advisory Council for the University of Texas Athletic Department. 

She gives back through the Council by serving on behalf of the many student athletes at the University of Texas. She has not forgotten the mentors and coaches who helped guide her life and she is committed to helping those that have followed her footsteps.

Competitor Schtazi-ring-conformation-competitionHer passion to compete and be the best at the “highest level” is well documented with her passion for AKC sanctioned “ring conformation” competition. Both of her beloved Belgium Malinois are sanctioned “champions” per the American Kennel Club. They are actively pursuing their Grand Championship Status with Vigor.

“Pam’s Motto” It is a S.A.D. Day when she doesn’t pay “specific attention to detail”.

Being a competitor teaches many lessons and the greatest one is that you cannot just take; you have to contribute as well. Pam believes that as part of her professional and personal success she contributes by being involved in community activities that help others.