Pamela Stewart (Atlanta, GA) (May 2015 – Present)

Pamela Stewart

Pamela Stewart is President, West Operations-North America Unit, at The Coca-Cola Company, where she has spent 20 years across key senior leadership roles in the areas of global, national & regional sales; sales operations; finance; foodservice on premise; and B2B retail business segments. She serves as Chair of the Board of Directors of GLAAD, Board member of Coca-Cola’s Global Women’s Leadership Council and Co-Chair of Mayor of Atlanta Keisha Lance Bottoms’ LGBTQ Advisory Council. Beyond her undergraduate and graduate business degrees and executive education certifications, Pam also is a proud graduate of the GCLS Writing Academy and Leadership Atlanta. 

Pam is the recipient of numerous honors, including 2020 Visionary by Consumer Goods Technology; 2020 Woman of Influence in the Food Industry by Griffin Report; 2020 UK Diva Media Group’s Visible Lesbian Top 100 List; 2018 GO national magazine’s Top 100 Women We Love; 2016 AGLCC Business Woman of the Year; 2016 P.U.R.E. Humanitarian Award; 2016 Progressive Grocer’s Top Women in Grocery of the Year; and 2013 Atlanta Business Chronicle’s 40 Under 40. She also is included in the 2019 #1 bestselling Amazon new release, “9 Steps to Build Your Brand, Establish Your Legacy, and Thrive” by Jo Miller. 

Pam is a purpose, family and impact-driven executive who is governed by 2 personal missions: 1) To create safe spaces for people to be more comfortable in their own skin and 2) To stretch people beyond their own perceived potential. She embraces and fosters diversity across all levels both from her leadership example and her consistent track record of creating thriving, high-performing cultures.