Pam Lovelace has a twenty-year career in communications and project management.
After graduating from Mount Saint Vincent University with a Bachelor of Arts Honours degree and Certificate in Business Administration, she worked for CBC Maritimes in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick producing television and online programming. In the past twenty years, Pam worked in various communications and project management roles with federal, provincial, and municipal governments.
Pam has volunteered with many groups throughout Atlantic Canada, including Tourism Industry Association of Nova Scotia, Women in Film & Television, Equal Voice Canada, St Margaret’s Bay Food Bank, 250 Vimy Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron, Hammonds Plains-Lucasville Memorial Association, Friends of Blue Mountain Birch Cove Lakes, and more.
Following her first run for Halifax Council in 2016, she completed a master’s degree in adult education and worked for Dalhousie University’s Faculty of Health and an adjunct professor at Mount Saint Vincent University. Pam is the recipient of Volunteer of the Year awards from both Halifax and the Province of Nova Scotia, among other recognition, including the Canada 150 Sesquicentennial Pin and Minister of Veteran Affairs Commendation. In 2020, Pam was awarded national certification in Agile Project Management.
Pam lives in Hammonds Plains with her husband David, their children Ava and Callum, and Australian Shepherd Luna.
Councillor Lovelace is a member of the following Boards and Committees:
- Appeals Standing Committee, Vice Chair
- Community Planning & Economic Development Standing Committee
- Environment & Sustainability Standing Committee
- North West Community Council
- Community Monitoring Committee
- Halifax Regional Water Commission
- Nova Scotia Federation of Municipalities
- NS Solid Waste-Resource Management - Regional Chairs Committee, Alternate
- Peggy's Cove Commission