Featured Speakers, Panelists and Framers
Pamela Conley Ulich
Pamela Conley Ulich is honored to live life to the fullest, with purpose and service. She has a passion for helping others and believes, as Winston Churchill eloquently explained, "You make a living by what you get and a life by what you give."
Pamela was one of the youngest people elected to serve on the Malibu City Council in 2004, and was re-elected in 2008. She has served Malibu as the Mayor and Mayor Pro Tem and is currently a City Councilmember. During her tenure, the City of Malibu has made protecting and preserving the environment a priority. Malibu purchased Legacy Park in the heart of Malibu which will help clean the ocean, built a stormwater treatment facility, and banned both smoking on the beach and plastic bags in Malibu. She is determined to insure the City helps build a wastewater treatment facility which will help address pollution concerns in the Civic Center area. In addition, Malibu defeated a proposed Liquefied Natural Gas terminal off the precious Coast. The City also recently purchased its first City Hall and will begin a $4million Library Renewal Project. Despite all these improvements, Pamela is grateful the City of Malibu has managed to maintain a $9 million rainy day fund.
Pamela was selected to serve as a Commissioner for the Los Angeles County Library and is on the California Board for Childhelp USA, a non-profit National organization that is dedicating to preventing Child Abuse and neglect and is Co-President of the Malibu Mother/Daughter Wings group which helps raise funds for children who live in a Childhelp facility in Beaumont California.
Prior to being elected, Pamela used her legal skills and acumen to help others as the legal counsel for both the Screen Actors Guild and Directors Guild of America. Pamela is an Adjunct Professor at Pepperdine Law School and has taught Entertainment Law Seminars and Labor Law.
Pamela was born and raised in the Midwest. Pamela moved to California in 1985 and graduated from Capistrano Valley High School in Orange County. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts from the University of California, San Diego and a Juris Doctor Degree from the University of Maryland School of Law.
Pamela loves nature, swimming and surfing in the ocean, planting gardens and watching her two young children grow. She hikes in Malibu, travels the world, and has written a novel about Motherhood. She is currently working on writing a book about being a Mother and a Mayor.