Texas is Baer’s city of origin. It is also here where she received her undergraduate degree at one of the famous local colleges, Texas University, located in Austin. Since NYC was more developed, meaning business opportunities are numerous, Pam left Texas, settling in New York to realize he entrepreneurship dream.
Here, Pamela Baer ventured into the financial industry, specializing in offering marketing services. The firm’s clientele base consisted of prominent companies and high-profile individuals. This firm existed only in her single life. After marrying Larry Baer, SF Giants CEO, she sold the company before joining her husband in his home based in San Francisco.
Though living with her husband was part of the reason she sold the business, directing her time, energy, effort, and resources to help others was her main reason. Due to this move she took during her youth; Pam has proven that she values wealth less than lifting others. Though to many her mission may seem impossible, since they believe one should help others after growing their businesses, Pam Baer finds the most fulfillment in helping others. She does it not to build her name but to help humanity since she was born to lend a helping hand to the voiceless.
With a natural passion for health access, quality, and equity for all, 100% of Pam Baer’s philanthropy is focused on improving the public health system that serves over 60% of the underserved. This is because the destitute, communities of color, homeless, and recent immigrants lack resources to access improved health services offered at private hospitals.
At the San Francisco General Hospital, where Baer is a lifetime director, she supports its arm that provides psychiatric services through the Transform Mental and Behavioral Health Fund she originated in 2018. She also aids the entire hospital’s financial sourcing arm through capital campaigns, events, and projects like the Hearts in San Francisco project. Visit this page on Instagram, for more information.
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