Owner, Top Drawer Relocations
Pamela Stevenson is currently Founder and President of Top Drawer Relocations, an executive relocation firm based in Toronto, Canada. Top Drawer is a wholly owned company of Pathfinder Capital, Inc. an investment firm.
An experienced advertising and marketing executive, Pamela spent over 20 years in progressively senior positions in the U.S., U.K., and Canada for clients such as Procter & Gamble, General Foods, Intercontinental Hotels, PPG Industries, and HJ Heinz. After purchasing Smithbooks in 1993, and Coles in 1994, Pamela and her husband Larry, founded Chapters, the book superstore company and Canadian success story. With the benefit of Pamela’s extensive marketing expertise, the company developed the AvidReader Card, Canada’s first paid loyalty card program. Chapters went public in 1996, after which Pamela joined CIBC as Director of Marketing for Delta+, the Bank’s largest-ever capital investment project.
Prior to and after this, her and her husband's professional careers necessitated many domestic, international and Cross-Atlantic moves, totaling over 20 relocations. A natural extrovert, being proactive and highly organized are her strong suits.
Pamela is a superb marketer, with extraordinary organizational skills. She is dedicated and committed to her work, with a natural optimism and the desire to contribute at the highest level.
Pamela earned her BA at Franklin & Marshall College in Pennsylvania, and an Executive MBA at the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario. She has lived and worked internationally, including the US, Canada, London and Paris. Pamela is a Board Member Emeritus of the US National Council for Adoption, and currently serves on this non-profit Board. She is also a Sustaining member of the Junior League of Toronto. She currently resides with her husband in Toronto and Park City, Utah and is the mother of three adult children.