This month’s Meet the Team features Pam Elliott, All Mountain Tech’s Service Director. Pam oversees our technical department and team to ensure a consistent and high-level delivery of service. As lead engineer, Pam is in-tune with all accounts to provide escalated technical support and training to the technical team.
Growing up, living in many different places, Pam considers herself from the places that she’s been. When asked where she was from, Pam responded “what do you mean? Where I was born? Where I grew up? I’ve lived everywhere”. Decidedly, she is mostly from Grand Haven, Michigan and Fort Wayne, Indiana. Pam has three degrees; a bachelor of the Arts in Telecommunications from the Indiana University that focused on film and TV production, Electrical Engineering Technology from Purdue, and a master’s degree from Regis University in Information Assurance. While studying at Purdue, Pam began working for an electrical engineer (before there were computers) and found that she was naturally technically minded.
Before finding her place at All Mountain Tech, Pam worked all over the world on off shore oil rigs for four years as a technical superintendent. Out of all the places she lived, Pam loved Norway for how they have perfected a way of life, but Venezuela she loved most. It had a landscape like none she has ever seen that inspired her passion for photography and capturing the natural beauty of a country. After working and traveling for several years, Pam found cities like Denver to be too big and moved to the Vail Valley. Two years ago on May 1st, Pam began working for All Mountain Technologies. Her knowledge, skills, and leadership are essential assets to All Mountain Technologies and we are grateful to have her!
Pam loves technology because, like most tech junkies, she loves solving problems. IT provides a fast-paced work environment that is always challenging and keeps her completely involved with what’s happening and changing in the world. If she could suggest any tech item? It would be a Plex, a software that runs on a NAS (Network Attached Storage) that allows her to pick and play movies straight to her TV. It provides a service to play any movie you’d like, for free.