Game Change Agency offers their congratulations to GCA Member, Game Changer Pamela Barnhill on becoming a Trustee at the Committee for Economic Development!
About Pamela Barnhill
Pamela JW Barnhill is the president and COO of InnSuites Hospitality Trust (IHT) with 3 divisions: InnSuites Hotels & Suites, IBC Hospitality Technologies and IVHTravel.com headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona. IHT is a publicly traded company that owns real estate, manages real estate, provides software and services for global hospitality and a rewards-based online global travel booking site with patent-pending loyalty rewards program.
Ms. Barnhill has experience in C-level public company oversight and management, hotel operations, strategic acquisition, marketing, branding, technical integrations as well as creating/growing a new global technology company and sales team within a longstanding pre-existing parent company. Prior to joining IHT, Pamela held executive positions at Motorola Semiconductor in the US and SE Asia, Franchise Finance Corporation of America and PRTM Management Consulting. She has served as a board member for the Independent Lodging Industry Association (ILIA) since 2011 and California Lodging Industry Association from 2015-2017.
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About the Committee for Economic Development
The Committee for Economic Development of The Conference Board (CED) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, business-led public policy organization that delivers well-researched analysis and reasoned solutions to our nation’s most critical issues.
Since its inception in 1942, CED has addressed national priorities to promote sustained economic growth and development to benefit all Americans. CED’s work in those first few years led to great policy accomplishments, including the Marshall Plan, the economic development program that helped rebuild Europe and maintain the peace; and the Bretton Woods Agreement that established the new global financial system, and both the World Bank and International Monetary Fund.
CED’s work is based on seven core principles: sustainable capitalism, long-term economic growth, efficient fiscal and regulatory policy, competitive and open markets, a globally competitive workforce, equal economic opportunity, and nonpartisanship in the nation’s interest. CED’s research findings are disseminated widely, achieving tangible impact at the local, state, and national levels.
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