As Common Cause Vice President of State Operations, Pam Wilmot oversees a nationwide network of 30 state offices and advisory boards – each advocating for a different slate of locally-needed democracy reforms.
Pam previously served as Executive Director of Common Cause Massachusetts, where she built broad coalitions, advised legislators and other state officials, and employed grassroots organizing techniques to win dozens of ground-breaking changes. She is a widely recognized expert on the Electoral College, campaign finance, ethics, elections, and transparency laws; and is also Director of the National Popular Vote Initiative at Common Cause.
Pam has also worked for Rhode Island and Mass PIRG, the Massachusetts and Rhode Island Bottle Bill campaigns, Connecticut Citizens Action Group, and the Wisconsin Citizens Utility Board. She is a graduate of Brown University, Northeastern University School of Law, and Smith College School for Social Work.