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Pam Czopp

Account Executive

Pam Czopp, Account Executive

Pam relocated to Florida over a decade ago after many years in the corporate world in the northeast and 11 years owning her own event planning business. She first served as the Executive Director of the Sanford Regional Chamber of Commerce and after more than five years in that position, Pam transitioned into an account executive and sales role for Altamonte Wekiva Springs Life.


“Your work fills up such a huge part of your life, so doing what you love is the foundation of having a sense of purpose and enjoyment in your life,” says Pam. “As part of the AWSL family, I have found that love of work and love of the people that I work with makes every day a joy.”


Pam’s spare time is spent enjoying her six grandchildren and making fun trips to Walt Disney World, one of her favorite things to do.


“I love having the opportunity of providing local businesses with a great resource to tell their story and connect with the community.”