Pamela Ann Harvey
Senior Instructor, Molecular, Cellular, & Developmental Biology, University of Colorado Boulder
University of Connecticut Psychology (concentration: Mathematics) B.A. 1995 University of Connecticut Physiology & Neurobiology B.S. 2000 Harvard University Graduate Coursework in Molecular Biology 2001-02 Tufts University School of Medicine Neuroscience Ph.D. 2009
I have not been involved in campaigns or political/civic organizations since 2015.
Member, Flatirons Elementary School, Parent-Teacher Organization, Boulder, CO I have been appointed to and held many positions in professional (academic) organizations including editorial boards, manuscript referee, research symposium organizer, and student-led organizations at CU Boulder. Please see complete details in my curriculum vitae.
I have not been involved in organizing, representing, or advocating for these types of groups in Colorado.
Responding to changes in census information allows for a democratic system in which populations are accurately represented. The commission serves a critical role in understanding the dynamic distribution of our population. I am interested in understanding and helping to refine the accuracy of representation in our state. Additionally, I am sensitive to the needs of mixed-race families such as my own in communities that have relatively homogeneous populations.
I have experience serving on faculty committees that make decisions about departmental curriculum, student well-being and safety, and faculty hiring. In an academic setting, one must interact productively with faculty members from other departments that have vastly different priorities and cultures. In my current position, I am required to interact with students and advocate for their best interests that do not necessarily conform with the financial or administrative goals of the university. Navigating these settings requires a great deal of objective presentation of information to a variety of audiences.
The focus of my training over the past twenty years has been impartial objectivity. Analytical skills are critical to reporting accurate and correctly interpreted information. As such, I examine information without bias or prejudice to ensure that decisions are made in an informed manner.