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Gettysburg Foundation Announces Pamela L. Rogers and Lance D. Bultena as New Board Members

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At its annual June meeting, the Gettysburg Foundation unanimously elected two new board members, Pamela L. Rogers and Lance D. Bultena.

Rogers is founding partner with the Law Office of Pamela L. Saia, PC, located outside Boston. She received her JD from the Massachusetts School of Law and her LLM in Intellectual Property from the University of New Hampshire School of Law. She is a licensed attorney with over 17 years in private practice and extensive litigation experience in both state and federal courts. She has extensive government experience as a legislator in the New Hampshire General Court, consistent with a lifetime commitment to public service. Pamela is the supervising attorney for the Essex County Bar Advocate Association.

Bultena is senior counsel with Hogan Lovells law firm in Washington D.C. With a background in regulation and public policy, Lance helps clients evaluate the impact of public sector developments on businesses, develop strategies to optimally manage that impact, and influences regulatory and legislative outcomes. Prior to joining the firm, Lance served as counsel to the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation. He received an undergraduate degree in political science from the University of South Dakota, a JD from Harvard Law School, and a Doctorate in Politics and Masters in Economics while a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University.  

“We are delighted to welcome Pam and Lance to the Gettysburg Foundation board,” chairman Eric B. Schultz said. “Pam’s ancestors have lived in the Gettysburg area since the early eighteenth century. She brings a passion for history and a commitment to public service. Lance’s expertise in economics and strategy, and his extensive national and international networks, will be assets to the work of the Foundation.” Schultz added, “Both Pam and Lance will strengthen the board as we redouble our efforts at public education, and to engage Americans in respectful, non-partisan dialogue about leadership and citizenship, conciliation and civility.”