Pamela is a Senior Transport Specialist from the Sustainable Development and Climate Change Department at ADB. She is an experienced team leader with 20 years of international experience in the development and management of transport projects including urban transit systems, railways, seaports, airports, roads, cross-border transport, and regional connectivity. She has collaborated with academia, industry experts, and practitioners on various research, tools, and best practice guidance for developed and developing countries to support infrastructure investment decisions.
Currently, her areas of interest include harnessing the potential of advanced technology and data analytics in developing smart infrastructure, as well as promoting participatory approaches in co-creating future visions for influencing transformational changes in transport services to tackle multi-dimensional challenges in climate change mitigation and adaptation, disaster resilience, green infrastructure, road safety, institutional and capacity strengthening, and governance.
She holds a Master of Business Administration from Warwick University (UK), and a Bachelor of Civil Engineering from the National University of Singapore.