Dr. Patricia D. Galloway
Pegasus Global Holdings, Inc.
1750 Emerick Road
Cle Elum, WA 98922
President and Chief Executive Officer, Pegasus Global Holdings, Inc. (2008–present), Member US National Science Board, US Presidential Appointment 2006-2012; Chief Executive Officer, The Nielsen-Wurster Group Inc., (1981–2008) including Chief Executive Officer and President, Executive Vice President, and Senior Consultant, ; CH2M Hill - $1.2 Billion Milwaukee Pollution Abatement Program (1978-1981).
Awards: Numerous awards including: AAA Outstanding Director, 2014; Honorary Doctor of Science, South Dakota School of Mines, December 2011; Member of the National Academy of Construction; First woman President of the American Society of Civil Engineers-ASCE (2004); Member of the Pan American Academy of Engineers; Engineering News Record-Top Women in Construction.
National Association for Corporate Directors, National Academy of Construction; Pan American Academy of Engineering; American Society of Civil Engineers; Society of Petroleum Engineers; American Society for Engineering Education; Project Management Institute; Institution of Civil Engineers, UK; Japan Society of Civil Engineers; The Society for Social Management Systems; American Assoc. of Cost Engineers; American Nuclear Society; Society of Women Engineers; National Society of Professional Engineers; Engineers, Australia; Tau Beta Pi.
American Arbitration Association (AAA)-Mega-Project, Energy, Commercial, Large Complex Case and Construction Panels; ICDR, including International Energy Arbitrators List; Centre for Conflict Prevention and Resolution (CPR) Energy, Construction and Cross Border Panels; United States Council for International Business (USCIB) ICC Panel.
ADR experience includes arbitration, mediation, dispute review boards and project neutrals. Fellow-College of Commercial Arbitrators (CCA); Fellow-Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.Over 36 years experience in US domestic and international arbitration. Has served as sole arbitrator, Chair and member of three-member tribunals on large complex cases. Prior to 2008, served as both a consulting and testifying expert in numerous arbitration forums including: AAA, ICC, UNCITRAL, Singapore International Arbitration Center (SIAC), and London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) with disputes ranging from US $1 million to US$ 6 billion. Currently serves on the Board of the AAA and is Past Chair of the AAA National Construction Dispute Resolution Committee (NCDRC).
Arbitration Training: ICDR International Symposia in Advanced Case Management Issues, (ICDR), 2016; “Navigating the Evidence and Discovery Roadmap in Arbitration”, (AAA), (2016); CiArb Diploma in International Commercial Arbitration: Pepperdine Law School, Straus Institute-Certificate in Dispute Resolution; Construction Essentials Guide to Conducting an AAA Arbitration; Mediating the Litigated Case, 42-hour course at Pepperdine Law School, Strauss Institute; Managing the ICDR Guidelines on Information, (ICDR); Chairing the ICDR International Arbitration Tribunal, (ICDR); Pro Se: Managing Cases Involving Self-Represented Parties, (AAA); Arbitrator Ethics and Disclosure, (AAA); Chairing an Arbitration Panel: Managing Procedures, Process & Dynamics, (AAA); Arbitration Awards: Safeguarding, Deciding & Writing Awards, (AAA).
Publications: Co-Editor and Chapter Author of Managing Gigaprojects-From Those That Have Been There, Done That, ASCE Press, 2012. 120+ papers, 30 peer-reviewed journal articles, over 220 public speaking engagements (including over 50 keynote addresses).
Representative Arbitrator Faculty Training/Speaking Engagements (Recent): “Modern Challenges and Ethical Dilemmas at Arbitration”, Construction Superconference, La Vegas, NV, 2016; “Design-Build/EPC Contracts: Legal and Practical Issues Encountered”, International Bar Association Annual Conference, Washington, D.C., September 20, 2016; “International Construction and Infrastructure Projects; The Latest Conflict-Management Options”, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2015; “Effective Advocacy and Management in Arbitration: The Efficient Hearing,” American Arbitration Association (AAA)’s Forum on the Construction Industry, 2015; “Retooling Arbitration for Mega Project Construction Claims”, Construction Super-conference, 2014 and AAA Construction Symposium, 2015; “Streamlining the Arbitration Process Through Innovative Methods of Handling Fact Witnesses, College of Commercial Arbitrators Annual Meeting, 2014.