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Pam Rollings

Pamela E. Rollings has been practicing law in the Pittsburgh area since 1979. She graduated from Yale College summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa and received her law degree from the University of Virginia. She joined the law firm of Buchanan Ingersoll P.C. as an associate where her primary areas of practice included corporate, securities and banking law. She was elected an equity shareholder in 1986 and served as Vice Chair of the Corporate Finance Section and Manager of Professional Development and Training. She was her firm’s nominee to participate in Leadership Pittsburgh as a member of Year VIII.

In 1992 Ms. Rollings was appointed Chief Counsel of Corporate Banking for PNC Bank Corp., and later promoted to General Counsel of Corporate Banking. In those capacities she managed the delivery of legal services throughout PNC’s market area of Pennsylvania, Ohio, Kentucky, Delaware and New Jersey. Her duties included recruitment and management of a 15- member legal staff engaged in corporate loan documentation, real estate, workouts and capital markets, as well as oversight of outside counsel engagements for these areas.

Ms. Rollings left PNC in 1999 to devote more time to family and continue the practice of law on a project basis. For several years, she served as part-time in-house counsel at Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy. Ms. Rollings has participated in several charitable activities, serving as president of the Pittsburgh Dance Alloy, and as a board member of the Yale Club of Pittsburgh and the Urban League of Pittsburgh. She also has served on special event committees for the YWCA of Pittsburgh and Family Health Council. She resides in the Fox Chapel area of Pittsburgh.