Born and raised in Westchester County, Pamela decided after many years of summering in the Hamptons to make Bridgehampton her home and to raise her family here.
Pamela spent fourteen years working in the fashion industry, both in NYC and on the West Coast. Her employers included Elie Tahari, Calvin Klein and Giorgio Armani. Pamela believes that her time in fashion imbued her with a deep sense of professionalism, an appreciation for style and design, and a commitment to hard work. She combines these qualities to provide her customers and clients with a pleasurable real estate experience and a peerless level of service.
When she is not with her husband and raising their three children, including twin girls, Pamela enjoys yoga, skiing and a trip to Argentina as often as possible.
As an accommodation to the disabled, Saunders & Associates provides curbside access at its offices.
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