Pam Jary Rosser is the Alamo Conservator and joined in 2010. She is the first full-time professional architectural conservator to continuously preserve and document the historic surfaces of the walls of the Alamo and Long Barrack for such a long time - over 10 years! As such, her knowledge of these buildings is unparalleled. Before joining Alamo Trust, Pam worked on conservation projects at the Alamo as an independent contractor. She has more than 30 years of experience in architectural conservation, specializing in Spanish Colonial wall art and structures, as well as objects and paintings.
As a conservator in private practice, Pam has worked with prestigious organizations such as the Moody Foundation and the National Park Service. Pam is a Professional Associate of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works. She serves on the San Antonio World Heritage Advisory Committee. Pam is a 9th generation Texan and a member of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas.