As a college student Pam Older held a part-time job polishing jewelry and learning how to hammer silver links for necklaces at a shop called "Om." After graduation she set up a work station in her basement and sold her original creations at craft fairs to help pay off student loans. But like many others, Pam set her passion aside for corporate America. After years of climbing the corporate ladder she decided to ditch the office and return to jewelry making. To read the rest of Pam’s reinvention story, and why she left corporate America, click here.
To purchase Pam’s jewelry, visit her website.