Why you should listen
“Work is love made visible.” is the mantra of Pamela Abalu, co-founder of the Love and Magic Company, a tech-forward consultancy focused on transforming startups and corporations through human-centered design and artificial intelligence.
Pamela was Chief Architect at MetLife, a global enterprise with more than 1,500 properties in nearly 50 countries, housing 57,000 employees. She is credited with transforming MetLife’s global work culture through the delivery of human-centered spaces that infuse consciousness, energy flow, and inclusivity into global workplace transformations.
She is the mastermind behind the transformation of $1B+ worth of workspaces across 65 countries. A Crain’s 40 Under 40 honoree, she became the 179th licensed black female architect in the U.S. at the age of 26.
Meet Pamela at the Worldwebforum 2020 where she is an AI Track Speaker.
About Love & Magic Company
Love & Magic Company is an award winning startup studio, comprised of tribe of dreamers and builders, on purpose to action work as love made visible, and technology as a coordinating aspect of that love, we co-build beloved organizations with innovative partners following these 3 principles:
• Embody service to collective human growth
• Empower agile and self-organizing teams
• Maximize the flow and use of information
Oshoke Pamela Abalu is co-founder of Love & Magic Company, and pioneers human-centered design solutions that infuse consciousness, energy flow, and inclusivity into global workplace transformations. She is a gifted architect, design thinker and diversity advocate who has moved the needle, shattered glass ceilings and has enabled a broader conversation on diversity for organizations.
A Crain’s 40 Under 40 honoree, she is reimagining the future of work through ecosystem innovations that benefit humanity as an integral whole like “Inclusion & Symphony” and “Smiles Per Square Foot”, where people and technology work side by side to improve lived experiences and amplify human potential.
Licensed at the age of 26, as one of 179 licensed black female architects in the U.S., she has since led the transformation of over $1B of workplaces for thousands of individuals in 65 countries. Abalu and her work have been featured in TIME, Smart Planet, Real Simple Magazine, Domino Magazine, Interior Design Magazine, The Network Journal, ABC, NBC, FOX, CBS, Fast Company, TED and more.