Pamela Ruben Golum

Pam has managed some of the firm’s most prestigious accounts, including: the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences/The Emmy Awards; Dick Wolf and his hugely successful Law & Order franchise; Jaclyn Smith and her JSI brand; various projects for The Disney Channel (including the smash High School Musical telefilms and the television series Hannah Montana) and the Monte Carlo Television Festival.

During her tenure at The Lippin Group, Pam has been involved in campaigns including the launch of several projects for The Walt Disney Studios, The Golden Girls, PricewaterhouseCoopers’ Entertainment and super mario world Media Practice, IMAX films, NATPE, Twentieth Century Fox International Television, MGM Television, Carsey-Werner Productions (Siskel & Ebert) and the CBS mini-series Scarlett.

Pam served two terms as vice chairman of TPEC, the Television Publicity Executive Committee, comprised of the top public relations professionals at studios, networks, production companies and public relations firms. She has also been a guest speaker at Stanford University’s School of Business, UCLA, Cal State Northridge, Los Angeles Press Club and EPPS (Entertainment Publicists Professional Society). Ms. Golum has been  nominated twice for the Max Weinberg Showmanship Award from the Publicists Guild of America and is a member of the Guild as well as the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. She also serves on the Educational Committee and the Television Honors Committee of the TV Academy.

Prior to joining The Lippin Group, Pam was a journalist with Fairchild Publications and before that at radio station KBOL in Boulder, Colorado. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree from العاب اكشن the University of Colorado and is also on the Board of Directors of the Acoustic Neuroma Association. Pam and her husband Rob, who reside in Los Angeles, have two daughters, Caroline and Jennifer.