StolenYouth Staff & Board

Pam Norick, President

Appointed in September 2018, Pam Norick serves as StolenYouth’s first President. Norick is a global health expert and consultant with decades of experience advocating for women’s health innovations worldwide. For the past 15 years, she has served in nonprofit leadership positions dedicated to improving women and girls’ health and rights in some of the world’s most underserved communities. Her work has helped create access to affordable medicines and services to address the HIV/AIDS epidemic and other global health crises.


Prior to her nonprofit global health work, Norick worked for nearly ten years as a senior legislative advisor in the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate. While working in the Senate, she served as Foreign Policy and National Security aide to Washington state’s U.S. Senator Patty Murray.


A former Peace Corps volunteer in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Pam received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington and a master’s degree from the School of International Service at American University in Washington, DC.  For more information about Pam’s background and experience, see the September 2018 press release, here.

The StolenYouth Board



StolenYouth Board Members 


Back row (l-r) Pam Norick (Ex Officio), Jen Draper, Ouida Hemingway, Alan Brown, Jane Charles, Shivonne Byrne and Alyson Munday. Front row (l-r): Libby Miller, Jill Singh, Patty Fleishmann, Paula Clapp, Jennifer Reibman and Hanouf Grandinetti.


Board Member Susan Long-Walsh