Pamela is recognized as one of the top agents in the country as a recipient of the Emerald Elite Award. Also as one of a Highland Partner’s Top Producers and Top Agents for Northern Alameda County, Pamela offers exceptional expertise and professionalism. She brings enthusiasm, warmth and commitment to make her clients experience the best it can be. Pamela has a comprehensive knowledge of the ever-changing housing inventory, knowledge enhanced from being a long-time Bay Area resident. Having practiced law with two of San Francisco’s most prestigious law firms, Pamela has an intimate understanding of negotiating a transaction.
Pamela is a full-service agent who has integrity, energy and stamina and won’t quit until the job is done to complete satisfaction.
Pamela’s most satisfying accomplishment has been raising her three adult children in Piedmont with her husband Dave Fullerton and giving back to the community. As a Stanford alumna, Pamela has chaired fundraisers for her class reunion and endowment fund, as well as fundraisers for the Piedmont Schools, The Cancer League, Orphan Support League, Habitat for Humanity, Cuddle Buddies, and the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation.
Pamela moved to the Bay Area from Salt Lake City to attend Stanford University and never left. Graduating at the top of her University of San Francisco’s School of Law class, she began a lengthy career at one of San Francisco’s most prestigious law firms in the areas of real estate, bankruptcy and litigation.
Pamela was a real estate attorney, litigator and legal trainer providing high energy and humorous trainings to management of Fortune 500 clients on how to develop strategies and pragmatic solutions for business needs, motivating staff and building a cohesive and collaborative working environment. Pamela is a dynamic and creative professional who has exceptional skills in communication, negotiation and transactional work.
DEDICATION TO HIGH-QUALITY SERVICE
Pamela is known for being a hard worker and for “making things happen.” As team parent for the Piedmont High varsity football and women’s lacrosse teams, Pamela rallied parents to help revamp both those programs. The Fullerton family helped build Piedmont’s Haven’s Elementary School and Piedmont Play School, both of which are jewels of the community.
Pamela has a love of the arts and architecture. In her spare time, she performs for Piedmont Player’s theatrical productions at the Piedmont Art Center. She chose a career in real estate so she could combine her professional skills with volunteer skills to help families not only find a fine valuable home but helping them quickly connect with their neighborhoods, schools and communities.