Pam Sessions

Pam Sessions has worked in residential and mixed-use construction since the mid-1990s. She is the Founder and Co-owner of Hedgewood Properties, Inc., and Hedgewood Realty. These companies designed, developed, built and sold mixed use neighborhoods that include Vickery, Woodstock Downtown, Manget in Marietta and Seven Norcross as well as homes in Glenwood Park and Serenbe to mention a few.

Pam received her BFA from the University of Georgia. She is a past president of the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association. Pam is on the board, and past chair, of Southface Energy Institute, the Chair of ANDP, (Atlanta Neighborhood Development Partnership), on the executive committee and board of LCC, (Livable Communities Coalition), serves as one of the three governor’s appointees on the Transit Planning Board, (TPB), and the subsequent Transit Implementation Board (TIP). She also serves on the Advisory Council and Environmental Committee of the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce. Pam also serves as a paid board memberof the civil engineering firm Jordan Jones & Goulding, Inc.

Pam served as the founding chairperson of the Greater Atlanta Home Builder’s Earth Craft House Program, a “green” building initiative. Earth Craft House is a blueprint for healthy, comfortable, affordable homes that reduces energy and water bills, improves indoor air quality and protects the environment. Pam and Hedgewood have received numerous awards including their recognition by Professional Builder Magazine as the “2003 National Builder of the Year” and the Argon Award presented by Southface Energy Institute and the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce for their commitment to environmental business strategies and practices.

Pam Sessions Founder/Co-owner Hedgewood Properties, Inc

Pam Sessions

Founder/Co-owner Hedgewood Properties, Inc

Woodstock, Georgia, United States

Housing & Community Design
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