Pam Marcus

Entrepreneur • Advisor • Impact Investor

Pam Marcus is a dynamic entrepreneur and game-changer in the water bottle industry having founded Lifefactory®, Inc. (acquired by Thermos®).



She is now focused on impact investing in social justice, diversity, equity and blockchain technology that works to solve environmental and social issues.



Her love of music has led to advisory roles with both the Women’s Audio Mission and one of the music industry’s top emerging artists, Toro y Moi.



Pam is currently receiving presentations and pitch decks for social impact ventures past the pre-seed phase.


2005 – Founded by Pam Marcus
2006 – Integrative Designer Daren Joy joins the founding team to bring life and color to the product
2007- Glass baby bottle is introduced to the market and met with high demand
2008 – Lifefactory becomes venture-backed
2011 – Company expands domestically and internationally and sets a new water bottle standard
2017 – Lifefactory is acquired by Thermos®

After years working with infants as a neonatal feeding specialist, she became aware of the dangers of plastics, and combined with witnessing excessive plastic waste in hospitals, the idea for a glass baby bottle was born. This idea would eventually grow into a market-leading international company and lifestyle brand for the entire family.

Advisor & Board Member

Pam’s experience working to reduce plastic use with Lifefactory® led her to a board position with 5 Gyres, a leader in the global movement against plastic pollution using science and research to drive impact in advocacy and legislation.

Pam has spoken on environmental sustainability and manufacturing material choices both in the US and abroad.

Committed to diversity and women’s issues, Pam serves on the board of Women’s Audio Mission, a San Francisco-based nonprofit dedicated to the advancement of women in music technology and STEM.


WAM helps girls use technology to amplify their voices and creativity, inspiring them to become innovators.

As a long-time supporter of the band Toro y Moi, Pam became friends with frontman and founder Chaz Bear.


This friendship would lead to an opportunity for Pam to now share her business acumen with this group of creatives, driving their merchandise sales over 300% growth from the previous year, with many more objectives on the horizon.


Pam also supports operations with their multi-disciplinary arts and recording studio, Company Records.


Impact Investor


Currently investing in social justice, diversity, equity and inclusion and blockchain technologies.



Pam is open to scheduling presentations/pitching and has impact fund investment pipelines.



If you’d like to submit your pitch, contact Pam below.

Contact Pam

Press Inquiries • Business Development • Speaking Engagements