July 11, 2000
Pamela P. Flaherty, senior vice president of Citigroup, has been appointed to the Johns Hopkins Medicine Board of Trustees, effective July 1, 2000.
Flaherty is responsible for Citigroup's corporate citizenship and community involvement activities globally. She is also the senior Community Reinvestment Act officer in the United States and Citigroup's representative for state and city relations in New York. Prior to her current assignment, Flaherty was marketplace manager for Citibank's New York consumer bank, running the community banking business which included branch-based and small business banking.
Flaherty spent the first eight years of her career in international banking and then moved to U.S. consumer banking. She also spent four years as Citicorp's senior human resources officer and a member of the corporation's policy committee.
A cum laude graduate of Smith College, Flaherty holds a master's degree in international relations from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). She also is a member of the boards of the American Women's Economic Development Corporation, Rockefeller Financial Services, the NY Bankers Association, Community Preservation Corporation, the Local Initiatives Support Corporation, and The Johns Hopkins University. She also serves on the Neighborhood Housing Services New York Advsiory Board, and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
"We are delighted to have someone of Pam's caliber and accomplishments join the board of Johns Hopkins Medicine," said Edward D. Miller, M.D., CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine and dean of its medical faculty. "She will, as her fellow trustees do, play a vital role in ensuring that Hopkins can successfully continue its historic mission, particularly during these turbulent times for the health care industry and academic medical centers."
Flaherty and her husband, Peter A. Flaherty, and their two children reside in New York City.