Pamela Brylski is a Director at BlackRock and directs alternatives fundraising across the family office, endowment and foundation segments in their Institutional Client Business.
Prior to Blackrock, she was a senior vice president at Morgan Stanley. Previously she served as a vice president in the investment management division of Goldman, Sachs & Co. Prior to joining Goldman Sachs & Co, Pamela practiced as a corporate attorney in New York with global law firms representing private equity firms, hedge funds and international corporations in a variety of domestic and international transactions. She also worked as a transaction advisor for the global private equity firm, The Carlyle Group in Washington, DC. Pamela also served as a White House Intern.
Pamela is actively engaged in the community serving a number of philanthropic and educational organizations including as a national board member and the founder and chair of the South Florida chapter for the Women’s Association of Venture and Equity (WAVE), global board member of the Hedge Fund Association, term member for the Council on Foreign Relations and a Young Leaders Circle member for the Milken Institute. She is an alumni of the Sponsors for Educational Opportunity (SEO) career program.
Pamela has been recognized by the Wall Street Journal – WSJPro as a Women To Watch in Private Equity, Private Equity International as an honoree for their 40 under 40 list, South Florida Business Journal as an honoree of the 40 under 40 list and a 2022 Influential Business Women. She was also recognized by InvestmentNews in 2018 as a Rising Star. She obtained a B.A. in Humanities Honours (Pre-Medicine) from The University of Texas at Austin and her Juris Doctorate from Georgetown University Law Center.
She resides in Miami with her husband, her son and her daughter.