CWIM's Mission Statement
CWIM's mission is to equip women managers for success in the workplace by providing life and work strategies aligned with a Christian world and life view.

CWIM promotes integrity and ethical conduct in all work and life areas. These values are promoted to women in management through meetings, seminars, and networking opportunities. CWIM welcomes all women in management positions regardless of race, color, religious background, national or ethnic origin.
CWIM's Executive Director
Requested speaker and author, Mrs. Pamela J. Smith (Pam) took her vision for an organization that would serve as an encouragement and support for women who are called by God to leadership positions and founded CWIM in 2001. Pam has held several senior management positions, including Vice President of International and Vice President of Domestic Sales during her successful career with a Philadelphia area manufacturing company. With over 30 years of sales and marketing experience, Pam has managed the life cycles of many products and programs and has energized sales teams with her unique brand of leadership enthusiasm. During her successful climb up the corporate ladder, many of her promotional achievements were groundbreaking for a woman in management. She is now the majority owner of ErgoSophic, LLC (tm), a specialty products and services business in addition to serving as Vice President for Student Advancement at Biblical Theological Seminary.

A marketing and sales professional, Pam's educational background includes executive global leadership programs as well as strategic global sales and marketing curricula at Thunderbird University in Phoenix, Arizona, the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, the Anderson Graduate School of Management at UCLA, and the University of Michigan Business School. Pam is a former officer of the Board of Directors of the Covenant Counseling Center, and has been a senior counselor at the Pregnancy Resource Clinic of North Penn in Lansdale, Pennsylvania, since 1986. Pam's church life includes teaching a class she started in 1998 for young adults ages 18-30.

Pam's first book, Nine Ways Women Sabotage Their Careers, is available on Pam is the fall retreat speaker for Biblical Seminary's Master of Arts in Counseling cohort program on the subject of Professional Integrity.
You can contact Pam Smith by e-mail at ""