Our Team

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Pamela Evans

Principal and Consultant


Pam has enjoyed a lengthy career building, scaling, and scoping Executive Briefing and Customer Advocacy programs at Oracle Corporation, Siebel Systems, NetApp, SAP, Polycom (now Poly) and Palo Alto Networks. She brings recent practical knowledge, expertise and understanding of the challenges briefing professionals face today in the virtual, in-person and hybrid briefing worlds.  Pam loves sharing her innovative ideas, lessons learned and successes with others, so organizations don’t have to “reinvent the wheel”. Find out more about Pam on LinkedIn.​​​​​​​
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Candie Hurley

Trainer and Communications Coach


Candie is a thought leader and respected trainer in the Briefing profession. She helps briefing professionals build confidence and empowers them to add more value to their briefings, and their internal and external customers. She began her career as a software developer and solutions architect and was initially involved in briefings in those technical Discussion Leader roles. She enjoyed the customer contact so much she joined the corporate Briefing Program and went on to manage Briefing Programs at Bell Laboratories, AT&T, Lucent, Avaya, and TriZetto (now Cognizant). Find out more about Candie on LinkedIn.

Conversations with Pam and Candie

Executive Briefing Industry Pioneers Pam Evans & Candie Hurley

3 Success Factors for Starting an Executive Briefing Program

How GoProBriefings.com Got Its Name

The Benefits of Using GoProBriefings.com

What is the Role of the Facilitator in an Executive Briefing?

Executive Briefing Experts Pam Evans & Candie Hurley

Why a Company Should Start an Executive Briefing Program

Executive Briefing Program Red Flags

Why Hire an Executive Briefing Coach?

The Value of an Executive Briefing Consultant

Executive Briefing Consulting Services

The Future of Executive Briefing Programs