Willamy Pym was second-generation Theosophist who joined the Theosophical Society at the age of seventeen. For more than thirty years, Willamay was an active member of the Seattle Branch of the T.S. and she also contributed to the activities of Camp Indralaya, a Theosophical camp located on Orcas Island off the coast of Washington. Willamay also served the Theosophical Society in America as district director on the Board of Directors, First and Second National Vice President, and later as resident archivist at the national center. Willamay is the author of Paths to Wholeness, a study guide for Theosophical students.