About Pamela Huntington Darling
Pamela Huntington Darling is a prominent member of the French and American community. Dedicated to the Arts, she is a long-standing member and donor of the Chateau of Versailles, the “Demeure Historique” —association of the most important owners of private chateaux in France, the Paris Opera Association, the Decorative Arts Museum, the Orsay Museum, the National Museum of Modern Art, Pompidou Center, the quai Branly Museum, and the Louvre Museum. Ms. Darling is a long-time member of prominent French-American organizations such as the American Chamber of Commerce in France, American Club of Paris, National Museum of French-American Friendship, and France-Amériques. She is also a member of exclusive, private clubs: Cercle de l’Union Interallié and the Polo Club of Paris, and enjoys privileged access to other private clubs in France.
Pamela Huntington Darling is a Benefactor member of cultural institutions, including: Europa Nostra; Fondation des Parcs et Jardins de France; Comité Français pour La Sauvegarde de Venise–of which her brother-in-law, Jérôme-François Zieseniss, is President; Fondation Pierre Bergé-Yves Saint Laurent; Fondation Jardin Majorelle; and the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art.
She is also a member of: The World Monuments Fund; Vieilles Maisons Françaises; Musée national de la Amitié franco-américaine à Blérancourt; as well as other institutions.
Thanks to the council of Pamela Darling’s father-in-law, the late Charles Otto Zieseniss—Honorary Foreign Curator of the Chateau of Versailles for 30 years, benefactor of many French museums and a renowned expert and private collector—and to the support of his friends, high-level members of the French cultural community, Ms. Darling has dedicated her public relations career since 1984 to the organization of distinctive cultural events and travel programs.
Over the years, Pamela Huntington Darling has appeared in many articles in the international press for the outstanding quality of the events and cultural travel programs that she has organized, including: Avenue Magazine; AmCham’s Commerce in France; Communication & Business; L’Expansion; Femme; Le Figaro; Le Figaro Madame Magazine; Harper’s Bazaar; International Herald Tribune; Point de Vue, Vogue Homme ; Women’s Wear Daily, and most recently, Robb Report: Luxury Home (Summer 2006).