Pamela Pierrepont Bardo, A.S.A., A.A.A. is the first person in America to go on “Money Talks” with Terry Savage, NBC News, and to lecture for Merrill Lynch describing household contents as cash which can create more cash!
Her credentials are unique in the appraisal world. She holds eight national board certifications from the two major organizations that test and certify appraisers, the American Society of Appraisers and the Appraisers Association of America.
She holds a B.A. degree in Art History from Briarcliff College and a M.A. degree, also in Art History, from the University of Pittsburgh. She was trained in London at the Attingham Program in European decorative arts. At the DuPont Winterthur Museum she was graduated from the Program for Museum Professionals.
She was Curator-In-Charge of the Longue Vue Center For The Decorative Arts promoted from Curator of Decorative Arts, New Orleans Museum of Art. She served as Curator of Decorative Art for Treasures of Tutankhamen exhibition. Prior to that she was Director of the Frick Galleries at the University of Pittsburgh.
Recently she authored a patented multi media asset management database, ValuTrak. She has written about what to do with your personal property in a divorce, numerous museum catalogues and The Latter-Schlesinger Collection of English and Continental Portrait Miniatures.
Pamela Pierrepont Bardo A.S.A., A.A.A. has lectured all across America for different organizations including Chubb Insurance Company, International Association of Financial Planners, Merrill Lynch, Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education (IICLE), Northern Trust Bank of California, Junior League of Chicago and New York, Cosmopolitan Club of New York and many others.
She has served as a member of the International Board of Examiners, American Society of Appraisers; Chairman, The Chicago Council of the Archives of American Art of the Smithsonian Institution; Member, Board of Visitors, School of Library and Information Sciences, University of Pittsburgh; Secretary Board of Trustees, Chicago Architecture Foundation and several more.
A complete Curriculum Vitae can be found in Pamela Bardo’s Resume.