Chief Financial Officer
Pam Belli is a Finance and Operations executive with over 25 years of diverse experience in public worldwide Fortune 100, private, non-profit and start-up companies operating in the medical, high-tech consumer, multi-state retail, technology, gaming and banking industries. She is passionate about helping companies create shareholder value through her leadership in financial management, strategy development and execution, streamlining operations, driving process and system improvement and developing highly effective teams. As Fora Health Treatment & Recovery’s CFO, she is responsible for the organization’s overall financial management, capital and cash management, strategy development and execution, internal and external reporting, process improvement, system improvements and for developing highly effective teams supporting excellent service delivery.
Prior to joining Fora Health, Pam served as the SVP Finance and Operations for Unigo Group, a high-tech start-up for education, as CFO and COO of Root Whole Body, a whole-health wellness center and as CFO and VP of Business Development at Knowledge Universe (now Kindercare Learning). She also has served as Controller at Intel and in Finance roles in investment and commercial banking at NationsBank (now Bank of America) and Prudential Bank and Trust. Additionally, Pam has served in multiple finance roles in Gaming Finance at Harrah’s Hotel/Casino and the El Dorado. She holds an M.B.A. from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and a B.S. in Finance and Economics from University of Nevada, Reno. Pam has also held board roles at Fora Health and the American Red Cross.
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