Pam Halpert (formerly known as Pam Beesly) was most recently the Office Administrator at the Scranton Branch of Dunder Mifflin where she was responsible for procurement and distribution of all office supplies as well as internal purchasing. Her career at Dunder Mifflin Scranton began at the reception desk where she innovated initiatives such as the “candy dish” and Resolutions Board. She also enjoyed a brief stint in the sales department after showing her sales prowess at the Michael Scott Paper Company (now merged with Dunder Mifflin). In her time at Dunder Mifflin, she made a significant contribution to morale and community by serving as a member of the Party Planning Committee and a founder of The Finer Things Club.
Beesly-Halpert is married to fellow Dunder Mifflin employee Jim Halpert and mother of Cecila and Phillip Halpert. The two lived in Scranton, PA for many years before moving to Austin, TX to pursue other opportunities.
Outside of work, Beesly-Halpert spends time sharing her considerable artistic talents. Her drawing of the Dunder Mifflin Scranton branch still proudly hangs inside the Scranton branch office to this day. She has also explored graphic design, and most recently, was hired by Dunder Mifflin to paint a beautiful mural commemorating the hard work and dedication shown by the Dunder Mifflin Scranton employees, as well as their lasting friendship and business relationships.