|Pamela A. Thomas-Graham|
|Born||Pamela A. Thomas
June 24, 1963 
|Residence||Chappaqua, New York and Manhattan|
|Alma mater||Harvard University (B.A., 1985)
Harvard Business School (MBA, 1988)
Harvard Law School (JD, 1989)
|Occupation||Credit Suisse executive|
|Spouse(s)||Lawrence Otis Graham|
Pamela Thomas-Graham (born 1963) is an African-American businesswoman, corporate leader, and author. She was a senior executive at Credit Suisse, where she served as the bank's 10-member Executive Board until October 2015. On July 1, 2016 Credit Suisse announced that Thomas-Graham was leaving the bank.
Early life and education
Thomas-Graham began her career at Goldman, Sachs & Co., where she was a summer associate in the investment banking division while she was student at Harvard Business School. In 1995, she was the first African American woman to become partner at the international management consulting firm McKinsey & Company.
Thomas-Graham is married to lawyer and author Lawrence Otis Graham. They live on Park Avenue in Manhattan and in Chappaqua, New York and have three children, sons Gordon and Harrison, and daughter Lindsey.
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- Lawrence Otis Graham Bio. Retrieved from http://www.lawrenceotisgraham.com/content/author.asp[dead link].
- "Pamela Thomas-Graham appointed Chair, New Markets, Credit Suisse Group". Credit Suisse. Retrieved 2016-07-04.
- "Pamela Thomas-Graham kehrt der Credit Suisse überraschend den Rücken". Retrieved 2016-07-04.