Pam Robinson most recently was the policy director for former Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval. She was responsible for energy, natural resources and tourism issues for the governor, as well as special projects. She also supervised the Washington, D.C. office and managed the issues associated with the Western Governors’ Association and the National Governors’ Association. Prior to her appointment by Gov. Sandoval, Pam served as Chief of Staff to Lt. Governor Brian Krolicki and managed Nevada’s Sesquicentennial celebration, including more than 500 events held throughout the state. Pam’s professional career began as staff to the late Congresswoman Barbara Vucanovich, for whom she ultimately served as legislative director before joining professional staff for the former U.S. House of Representatives Interior Committee, now known as the Natural Resources Committee. After relocating back to the west from Washington, D.C., Pam served as the legislative liaison for the United States Forest Service at Lake Tahoe. Her federal career concluded working in the Nevada offices of both former U.S. Sens. John Ensign and Dean Heller. Pam has been honored by the Nevada Women’s Fund as one of its 2017 Women of Achievement. Gov. Sandoval appointed Pam to the Nevada Commission on Tourism in 2018. A Utah native, Pam is an active volunteer in Carson City, including church activities and with the Boys and Girls Club of Western Nevada. She enjoys cooking, antiquing, hunting and exploring off-the-grid destinations in Nevada—Jarbidge being a favorite—especially with her husband, Steve, and son, Matt.