The Goering Center for Family & Private Business presented this year’s Keith Baldwin Award to volunteer Pam Beigh President and Founder of SalesCORE at the 17th Annual Family & Private Business Awards on September 13.
“We at the Goering Center quite literally depend on volunteer help,” said John Goering, founder and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Goering Center. “It’s important for us to recognize those whose outstanding contributions allow us to do the work we do.”
In appreciation of the outstanding contribution of those who donate their time and expertise to the Goering Center, the Board of Directors established the Keith Baldwin Volunteer Award in 2008. “The award is named for Keith Baldwin because he epitomized the type of volunteer that is so valuable to the Center,” Goering said. “He is someone very devoted who gave endless time and expertise as a volunteer.”
Pam joined the center in 2009, and soon after offered her time and expertise to improve the Center’s sales process. “Pam’s advice and contributions in those early days is correlated with the growth that we’ve enjoyed,” says Goering Center President, Larry Grypp.
Pam helped the Center develop single-day programs, having presented in one, and has been an active source of member referrals over the years. She has served on the Center’s board of advisors for six years and as chair for one year, has been chair of their marketing committee and currently serves on the Center’s board of directors.
Pam’s involvement in the community goes beyond the Goering Center. She is active with the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, is a facilitator of Leadership Balance at Xavier University and a frequent guest speaker for the University of Cincinnati’s senior level Sales Management courses.