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Pam Baer


Pam Baer is a San Francisco-based community organizer, volunteer, and fundraiser who served as President of San Francisco’s League of Women Voters. Pam Baer has been active in campaigns for environmental protection, affordable housing development, and tenants’ rights. On June 29, 1943, Pamela was born in New York City (NY) and attended high school there. Pamela Baer is a graduate of Queens College (BA – 1965), Cambridge University (MPhil – 1967), and the Tulane University School of Law (JD – 1969).

Pamela Baer has been living and working as a community organizer, volunteer, and fundraiser in San Francisco since 1969. Pamela previously served as Vice President of the Friends of Clay Street, a non-profit organization in San Francisco that promotes affordable housing development in the city. Pamela also worked for over a decade organizing tenant’s rights campaigns at the Haight Ashbury Free Clinics.

During that time, Pamela served as President of San Francisco’s League of Women Voters. Pamela has also served on the advisory committee for San Francisco’s Haight Ashbury Neighborhood Council. Currently, she serves on the board of trustees at Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco. Pamela is married to John Martellaro, an executive with AT&T Inc. Pamela has one daughter from a previous marriage, Pamela Christine Nolan. Pamela is also known as Pamela J. Martellaro and Pam Baer.

Pam Baer’s other political involvement includes serving as treasurer of the John L. Braun campaign committee, Pamela J Braun, Pamela Martellaro, and Pamela J Martel. Pamela Baer has also contributed money to the Jim Gonzalez for Assembly Committee, Friends of Jim Gonzalez, Pamela J Martellaro Pamelar, Pamela Braun Pamela Martel.

Pamela has written a variety of articles in support of issues she is passionate about, including affordable housing development for the Friends of Clay Street and tenants’ rights at the Haight Ashbury Free Clinics. Pamela also penned two book reviews titled The Secret of Santa Vittoria and The Coldest Winter. Refer to this article for related information.

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