Ms. Pamela Dockser Miniati is the Cohort Manager for FIBA. Ms. Miniati has 15 years experience directing complex organizations and programs in the technology, healthcare and non-profit industries. She worked for 6 years at San Jose, California-based Neoforma, Inc., a leading provider of supply chain management solutions for hospitals and their suppliers. At Neoforma, she managed all aspects of the alliance relationship with their largest customer and shareholder. She also served as Director of Product Management and Product Marketing and successfully orchestrated the launch of four major software releases for their supply chain e-commerce platform.
Prior to her technology start-up experience, Ms. Miniati was a Manager at Ernst & Young Health Care Consulting where she developed the business case and was involved in the initial implementation of building a first-of-its-kind shared services organization to deliver non-clinical services to a 48-hospital system in three states. She started her professional career on Capitol Hill, serving as a legislative correspondent for both a US Congressman and US Senator. Ms. Miniati is actively involved in her local community and has recently served as President in both the Elementary School PTA and HOA for her neighborhood. She earned her BA in American Studies from Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts and her MBA in Finance, Marketing and Policy Studies from The University of Chicago Booth School of Business.