Pamela wants to live in a world where each of us has the opportunity to discover and express our unique gifts.

As the Founder and Chief Wisdom Officer of PEP, she has practiced and taught Zen and Vipassana for almost thirty years, and has coached hundreds of leaders across the globe. She is an aspiring writer and seasoned public speaker who is passionate about bringing the wisdom and compassion of Buddhist teaching to the workplace. 

When she’s not working, you can find her swimming laps at the local pool, walking in Golden Gate Park with her husband, or studying esoteric Zen texts.

She is engaged in articulating a new narrative for leadership based on the archetype of the bodhi (awakening) sattva (being), and aspires to help organizations create communities of connection and caring.

To learn more or to listen to talks and guided meditations:

"Bodhisattvas understand that we are part of an intimate web of inter-being; that our well-being as humans is intricately tied to the health and well-being of the planet; that how we care for ourselves is part and parcel of how we care for each other, and for the world."



Robin wants to live in a world where humans choose love and courage before fear, they live fully, smile often and ease themselves into the vast universe of possibility. 

As President of PEP, she has 20 years of leadership experience at Nike - growing the business, building the brand and developing future talent.  She is now a Coach, Facilitator and Inspirational Mentor who is passionate about providing a fresh perspective that illuminates freedom of choice. 

When she’s not designing Workshops and Programs to grow resilient leaders, you can find her hugging her four-legged babies, renovating mid-century modern homes with her partner or enjoying the beauty all around her. 

Her attention and creative energy is currently directed toward sharing her voice in the world.  How that manifests itself is still a mystery, but one thing for sure is that it will be real and sourced from the heart.

She is deeply touched by the impact Maya Angelou made in the world and lives everyday with the intention to inspire others to believe in themselves.

I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.
— Maya Angelou

Ruben wants to live in a world where the most important things in life aren’t things, where compassion and intelligence are practiced in equal measure and where leaders create spaces where people can flourish.

As Chief PEP Officer, he brings 30 years of experience in organizational consulting, team development and leadership coaching to purpose-driven corporations across the globe.   His professional mission is to help people lead with greater purpose, passion and mastery.  He usually finds this comes with the practice of more kindness and less criticism, more curiosity and less certainty, and more courage and less fear.

When he’s not working, he will likely be hiking SF bay-area trails, traveling the world with his wife, and “seeing life through the lens" as an artistic photographer.

Ruben’s photography has profoundly influenced his life’s philosophy: “My photography is a practice in mindful attention to what wants to be seen, appreciated and felt... in myself.  I believe that when one is truly beheld... both the seer and the seen are transformed. If we seek beauty, we will surely find it.”

Heather wants to live in a world where kids have less homework and more free time to play. Where relaxing body-work is available to everyone and we get more paid vacation days.

As a Coach and Facilitator, Heather has more than 20 years of experience consulting in the field of learning and development for some of the worlds fastest growing companies. She has been published and referenced in numerous articles about the complexities of today’s generationally diverse workforce and won an award for her Masters thesis research on the same topic.

When she’s not facilitating or coaching today’s leaders, you can find her creating mischief with her two favorite VIP’s- her school age daughter and son. When not with her children, you might catch her attending yoga classes, meditating, going to film festivals or horse back-riding in Montana.

She is determined to make it possible for people to live their lives with freedom from what ever holds them back from stepping into the fullness of their lives.

Robin Parker Meredith wants to live in a world where respect trumps criticism, peace reigns, children are loved and adults remember how good it feels to belly-laugh.

With 25 years of experience as an executive coach, facilitator and bereavement counselor, she makes it possible for others to connect with their innate wisdom and courage so they can live freely and lead boldly. “I believe that each individual deserves to be free.  I don’t mean physical freedom per se, but rather the liberty that comes with authentic and skillful expression.”

 When she’s not designing new programs, you can find her with her husband motoring through the West, walking her dog, digging in her garden and assembling care packages for her college-aged son.

Renee wants to live in a world where smiles are contagious, everyone has a warm house to live in and no one is hungry. Where children are cherished and the elderly are revered.

As Director of Operations, she has over 25 years of creative marketing, accounting and administrative experience in commercial real estate and advertising. When she’s not balancing the books or making sure our cast of characters get paid, you can find her working in the yard, flying around the country visiting family or handing out socks to the homeless.

She is excited to announce her first non-profit company began this year called WE NEED SOCKS, dedicated to collecting socks for the homeless and handing them out in person.  She listens to their stories and lets them know they matter in this world.

I am inspired and I feel a responsibility to the Homeless, because most of us can relate to falling on hard times now and then. I can remember a time enjoying a fun day at the Taste of Colorado and seeing homeless families looking on with no food to eat. I decided that day I would do my part to touch as many lives as I can in my lifetime. I believe if each of us can reach just one person, who is in need, together we can make a difference.
— Pastor Tom Jones


Meet our Partners

We believe we are all in this together –as thought generators, creative collaborators and accountability partners. That spirit puts us in the presence of like-minded leaders and decision-makers who genuinely believe in human potential. 

As a collective group of change agents, we inspire learning and development that is truly transformational and lasting!  This is not about a business transaction, this is about winning people’s hearts and as a result, changing lives.  Part mastery, part mystery, 100% dedication --whole person engagement.

What does that look like, feel like and taste like?  Well, the possibilities are endless and the results are powerful. 
Here’s what some of our partners have to say…

PEP has brought sustained individual growth and a vibrant learning culture to my organization. Through PEP, we are now smarter, more agile, and more responsive. There is greater collaboration across functions; customer relationships have improved, employee engagement is noticeably higher, and we are better positioned to respond to change and lead technological innovation.
— Todd Pierce, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Genentech-Roche

PEP offers listening skills training based on the Three Centers—Head, Heart and Body—for health care workers from across the country. The training dramatically enhances their ability to communicate better with their colleagues, and become more present with the patients they serve.
— Frank Ostaseski, Founder, The Metta Institute

I’ve taken dozens of training programs. But what PEP does is different—it teaches us how to learn!
— Munther Megdadi, Chief Architect IT, Genentech

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