Pam Barth joined HSRC in fall 2008 as a Project Manager for the National Center for Safe Routes to School (NCSRTS). Pam holds a B.A. from the University of Colorado at Boulder and a M.R.P. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill .
After 10 years as a relational database developer, Pam turned her passion for all things pedestrian into a career. Most recently she spent two years at Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc., a Fortune 100 private engineering consulting company, where she did NEPA (National Environmental Policy Act) planning for transportation projects.
At NCSRTS, Pam is responsible for coordinating programs and activities that provide technical assistance to states and communities on how to promote safe walking or bicycling to school as part of the national Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program. She oversees technical assistance to all 51 state SRTS programs as well as subcontractor work related to the development of technical materials. She also provides oversight and technical support for program activities such as Walk to School Day promotions and mini grants to assist program start ups. Pam's database knowledge enables her to provide backup support for NCSRTS' data tracking program.
Having married into a bicycling dynasty, Pam enjoys spending time biking, hiking, reading, and hanging out with her husband Chris and their son Daniel.