Pam Walker became the Town’s second full-time Town Manager on July 1, 2013. She prides herself on bringing a higher level of professionalism to the management and operations of the Town.
Prior to her services to Sewall’s Point, Pam held various public and private positions of responsibility throughout her career. An attorney by profession, Pam managed a successful law practice for fifteen years, specializing in real estate and land development law.
Pam was elected to the Collier County Commission in 1994, where she served for seven years representing the City of Naples and all of Collier County through tumultuous times of high growth and budget challenges.
In 2001, Pam joined the South Florida Water Management District, eventually serving as Deputy Executive Director of Land Resources. In that capacity, Pam was responsible for managing over one million acres of public land, and oversaw the acquisition of over 100,000 acres for for restoration of the Everglades and the Kissimmee River basin. Pam most recently served as the Intergovernmental Representative for Martin and Palm Beach Counties at the South Florida Water Management District before joining Sewall’s Point.
Town Manager’s Office
The office of the Town Manager is responsible for the administrative management and delivery of the Town’s services, programs and special projects. The primary executive responsibility for the Town’s municipal government organization lies with the Town Manager who is responsible for the operations of the various Town departments.