Pamela Boyce Simms

Pamela Boyce Simms

Pamela Boyce Simms is an evolutionary culture designer who is a veteran of local, regional, and national environmental resilience-building, and works with international Quaker, Buddhist, and African Diaspora Earthcare networks. Pamela builds social transformation movements from the inside out, and from hyper-local to supranational levels.  

Pamela Boyce Simms is a proponent of perpetual internal self-transformation as the engine of authentic social change. She seeks to cultivate a felt sense of interconnectedness that can see communities through the climactic, social, and economic challenges ahead. Pamela adapts her expertise with cognitive restructuring, stress and change management, and a suite of facilitation tools to the evolving needs of activists, organizations, and networks.

Her intersecting focus on plant medicine selfcare sovereignty extends from grassroots work with local partners throughout the African Diaspora, to convening a Quaker-led Earthcare Coalition of environmental organizations at the United Nations. She helps teams, leaders, and organizations map leverage points where they can: 1) make tactical interventions that decentralize authority and enhance universal agency, 2) create selfcare resilience solutions, and, 3) operationalize strategies for shifting critical discourse.

Boyce Simms convenes the Community Supported Enlightenment (CSE) Network, an international community of practitioners who combine ancient contemplative practices sharpened by cutting edge neuroscience in a quantum science framework for self-transformation in service to social change.

Pamela Boyce Simms holds degrees from Georgetown University’s Edmund Walsh School of Foreign Service, the L’Université de Dakar, in Sénégal, West Africa, and is certified as a Leadership Coach and Neurolinguistics Master Practitioner. Pamela is a frequent guest speaker for the Swarthmore College Office of Sustainability, as well as the Environmental Studies and Theology Departments. She is also a Contributing Author at Kosmos Journal for Global Transformation, the Grassroots Economic Organizing (GEO) Editorial Collective, and, a project of The Post Carbon Institute. A Buddhist-Quaker, Pamela was a Henry J. Cadbury Scholar in Residence at the Pendle Hill Quaker Study and Retreat Center, and is a Buddhist Meditation Instructor.


Thoughtforms | The materialization of sustained ideas

Journal Article

When we learn to consistently take our attention away from the “particle world” of matter and focus on the “wave world” of frequency and vibration, we become aware of a broader range of frequencies that offer access to dimensions beyond the world of form.