Board Of Directors
Pamela holds the office the Far Western Regional Director for Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. and member Gamma Mu Chapter, Los Angles, California. Her reputation as an FWR “Worker Bee”—translated as “working and not shirking”— preceded her into IOTA. In return for its commitment to her, Pamela gives IOTA dedication, passion, an innate sense of adventure, the ability to multitask, undaunted enthusiasm and uncompromising loyalty.
Sociology was Pamela’s major at California State University, Long Beach and she since gone on to study at Arizona State University.
Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, concerned citizens can change the world. Indeed it is the only thing that ever has. Margaret Mead
In addition to working in corporate America, Veronica coaches aspiring leaders to help them get a seat at the table. She also coaches executives to help them overcome imposter syndrome and develop the confidence needed to function at higher levels of leadership. Veronica has dedicated time to supporting the Phoenix community through various community service projects.
For four years, Veronica served on the Board of Directors for the largest Goodwill in the United States. She was also appointed by former Arizona Governor, Janet Napolitano, to serve on the Arizona Economic Security Council and the Joint Legislative Committee on Homelessness. Today, she is a proud Charter member of Iota Phi Lambda’s Zeta Kappa Chapter in Phoenix, AZ. Veronica has a bachelor’s degree in Economics and a Master’s of Business Administration, emphasizing international business. She is a certified life coach, a Gallup Strengths Coach, an Accredited Small Business Consultant, and a certified Spinning instructor. Veronica loves to read and spend time with her husband, Hassan, and bonus son Rashad. In addition, she enjoys traveling, reading, woodworking, and exercising on her Peloton.
Clifton Clark III
After spending a few years pursuing his dream as a musician, in 1994 he decided to set his sights on technology. Mr. Clark completed a brief stint in corporate America where he was able to accel to a c-suite position driving technology on an international stage. In 1997 he launched Computer Decisions, LLC which specializes in scalable integrated solutions that allow organizations to take advantage of the many business-centric services that are delivered through enterprise technology methodologies. The company has evolved from providing basic help desk support into designing enterprise infrastructure, cloud services, and delivering global IT strategies.
Under Mr. Clark’s direction, Computer Decisions, LLC has reached several milestones. The company has successfully executed global projects across 4 continents and 9 countries. They have also been technology contributors to over 2 billion dollars in global IT projects for international and domestic corporations in energy and engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) sectors.
Mr. Clark has published several articles in different media outlets in the area of technology, participated on several guest panels to include Gartner and Microsoft. As a certified minority supplier, the firm has received numerous recognitions from its NMSDC home Council in Houston, namely the Emerging 10 (E-10) Award, Supplier of the Year and the Strategic Teaming Alliance Award.
Mr. Clark maintains focus and a passion for closing the digital divide within minority communities. He currently serves on the Houston Community College Technology Advisory Board, as well as independent mentor for youth who may be considering a future in technology innovation.
Pat is a member and has held officer positions of Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Crimson and Cream Community Foundation, Pages Readers Group and FEM Investment Group.
Pat received her MBA from the University of Phoenix.
Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. 23rd National President
Board Of Advisors
Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. National President Elect
Professionally, she has worked in the private and non-profit sectors as both a manager and director. Most recently she worked for the city of Desoto as the Victim Advocate for Family and Victim Violence.
She has a M. Ed from the University of Texas @ Arlington; B.A.A.S from the University of North Texas @ Denton, TX; certificates in Mid-level Management from El Centro Jr. College Dallas, TX, and Non-Profit Leadership Management from Southern Methodist University – SMU in conjunction with the Center for Non-Profit Management Dallas, TX. Mrs. Berry is also a 2005 graduate and former board chair for Leadership Southwest.
Southwestern Regional Director
Locally, as a member of Alpha Kappa Chapter, I have served as Corresponding Secretary, Dean of Intake, Financial Secretary, Treasurer, Vice-President, and Chapter President 2009-2011 and 2016 Chapter Soror of the Year. Chapter Committees included Membership, Business Month, American Education Week, Crazy Hat, Scrapbook, FILs, Community Outreach, Publicity, and Technology Chair.
Regionally, I served on the following Southwestern Region Committees: Sergeant-Arms, Program Cluster Leader, SWR Webmaster, Bylaws, and Bylaws Chair. Alpha Kappa Chapter was awarded Southwestern Region Outstanding Chapter in 2010 and 2011 during my tenure as Chapter President and awarded the same as Southwestern Region Outstanding Chapter President. In 2017, I was elected as the Assistant Southwestern Regional Director and served for four years. I was endorsed in 2021 by the Southwestern Region and currently serving as the 20th Southwestern Regional Director.
Nationally, I served on Credentials, Sergeant-at-Arms, Bylaws, and Bylaws Chairperson Committees. I was also awarded National Outstanding Chapter President in 2011 under the leadership of the 20th National President, Dr. Doris Browning Austin. In 2021, I was elected and currently serving on the National Board of Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. as the 20th Southwestern Regional Director.
Phyllis A. Moore
Southern Regional Director
She is committed to our great sorority and finds the shared purpose and common vision of Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. powerful and gratifying.
Her favorite sorority moments are times spent with sorors, working on programs, and enjoying the sisterly fellowship of each other.
A native Knoxvillan, first generation high school and college graduate, she is employed at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, as Director of Alumni Programs.
Married to MOI Michael Moore, they have one daughter and two grandchildren. Soror Moore, enjoys quilting, reading and traveling in her spare time.
Far West Regional Director
Valerie Mills Pullen
Eastern Regional Director
Serving the Counties of Richmond teaching Basic, Intermediate and College Algebra. Valerie majored in Mathematics at Virginia Union University, where she graduated in 1986 with a B.S. Later she obtained a M.S. in Business Administration from Central Michigan University. Mrs. Pullen has been an active member of Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc., for over 25 years and has served in many leadership roles.
On the Regional level she has served as the Eastern Region Journalist and the Assistant Regional Director. Valerie became an entrepreneur of Greek4life, LLC and Pullen’s Notary where she serves as the CEO.
As a servant in her community Valerie genuinely believes her gifts and talents are for sharing.
Ann McClain Terrell
Ann recently received an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from Lakeland University and holds a Master of Science degree in Educational Leadership, a Master of Science degree in Cultural Foundations of Education, a Bachelor of Science degree in Education, and an Associates Degree and Apprenticeship Certificate in Early Childhood Education.