SPECIALIST // Pamela Abalu’s Bio
Pamela believes virtual space (the internet and information technology) has created an unprecedented opportunity for people all over the world to manifest possibilities of unity and oneness; to make practical an intention, identity, and awareness of love. It is in this space that the Love and Magic Company setsout to create tools that empower individuals to not only embrace their own humanity, but also to connect in new and meaningful ways around sharing ideas and goals.
What does love have to do with the future of technology? Everything, they believe. As a result, Pamela and Chinedu have just launched a new venture, MindMeet, designed and engineered specifically to connect the world through knowledge-sharing. MindMeet believes everyone possesses skills that — when properly connected with the right resources, knowledge and partnerships – can elevate both themselves individually and the technology space as a whole to new levels. MindMeet is the easiest way for people anywhere in the world to share their knowledge, inspire others, and raise money for charity. Fees are set by the knowledge giver and are donated directly to his or her designated charity.
MindMeet’s intention is to raise the awareness of our world by extending the sharing economy to include our collective global knowledge. We can catapult our consciousness to a higher level when we are connected and conversing.
As one of less than 500 licensed African American Architects in the (entire) United States, nothing excites Pamela more than to “blow up” a “cubicle farm” and transform it to a human-centric environment. Most recently, Pamela was Chief Architect for MetLife, a global enterprise with more than 1,500 properties in nearly 50 countries, housing 57,000 employees. Pamela is credited with transforming MetLife’s global work culture through the delivery of human centered spaces.