Pam Baer is a native Texan who graduated from the University of Texas in Austin with a marketing/finance degree. Pam started her career in New York City in the financial services arena. After getting married she navigated cross country managing her business while starting her family in San Francisco. Since then Pam has used her talents and resources to become a San Francisco-based community leader whose philanthropic work includes projects related to social good and healthcare for the vulnerable.
Pam joined the board of the San Francisco General Hospital Foundation in 2002 and served until 2018. She was named a lifetime director in 2018 and remains very involved.
Pam also serves as a Founder’s Circle Member of Every Mother Counts (EMC), a Board Member of the Giants Community Fund and an Advisory Board Member of Nest, an organization dedicated to improving women’s well being and preserving important cultural traditions around the world.
In addition to her foundation work, Pam has held many trustee and board positions such as the Contemporary Jewish Museum, Jewish Women’s Giving Circle along with schools and initiatives that benefit her local community. Implementing solutions for society’s vulnerable issues is a passion.
Pam is married to Larry Baer, CEO of the San Francisco Giants, and together they have four children.