Pamela D. Feist, CPL, is land manager of Lakewood Exploration and vice president of Lakewood Operating Ltd. in Midland, Texas. She joined Tucker & Baumgardner in 1979 and continued her career with George Tucker when he formed the Lakewood entities. She is responsible for the “cradle to grave” management of all land functions in all areas of Lakewood’s operations that have covered Texas, Ohio, Michigan and Wyoming. Prior to that, she held various positions with the land departments of several Midland oil and gas companies after attending Texas Tech University.
An active member of the AAPL since 1983, Feist became a Certified Professional Landman in 1989. She served as AAPL director (Region V, Permian Basin) from 2008 to 2011 and on the Executive Committee as first vice president from 2015 to 2016 and secretary from 2011 to 2012. She is chair of the Strategic Planning Committee (and served on the committee for 2010-2011), chair of the Investment Advisory Council (serving since 2012), chair of the Finance Committee, a board member of NAPE Management LLC and a NAPE Operating Committee member since 2014. She was chair of the Membership Committee for 2010-2011 (serving on that committee since 2008), an Awards Committee member, a NAPE ambassador in 2012, a Building and Land Committee member for 2012-2013 and a Santa Fe Land Institute Committee member from 2009 to 2015.
Feist received the 2013 TIPRO Texas Top Producers Award in Best Landman category. An active member of the Permian Basin Landmen’s Association for many years, she has served as director, treasurer, secretary, second vice president, first vice president, president and AAPL director. She also chaired and served on numerous committees throughout the years and was named PBLA Director of the Year in 2002.
A graduate of Leadership Midland, Feist is past president of the Uptown Business & Professional Women’s Club and the Midland Country Club Ladies’ Association. She is president of the Ladies of the Petroleum Club of Midland and a member of the Midland Wildcat Committee and Women’s Energy Network Permian Basin Chapter.
She and husband Gary share their home with very spoiled cats. She enjoys playing golf, pistol shooting, gardening and traveling with friends and family.