A native of Maryland, Pam grew up in the foothills of Virginia hunt country. Following graduation from high school in 1987, she studied computers and grabbed an early foothold in technology and the show management arena. After 10 years in tradeshow management with the American Chemical Society, she was awarded 2002 Show Manager of the Year for her record breaking shows and streamlining logistical innovations incorporating the emerging internet. Following 911, she left her corner office job in D.C. and went back to school to become a nationally registered paramedic where she served her community for several years before turning to animal healthcare for an additional 10 years.
She is a writer, advocate of both human and animal rights, and supporter of great cinema and theatrical talent. Most recently she executive produced, "Middlemarch", with her friend since elementary school. Pam wrote her first screenplay in the early 90's which she recalls, "was lost somewhere in Hollywood".
Talk about whatever:
I have basic medical knowledge to help you and your animals during the COVID19 crisis. I can help disseminate the news. I’m on self quarantine because I have lung damage and I’m hunkering down as long as I can with the help of family, friends, colleagues. Me, my 10 week old puppy, and my 4 geriatric cats.
I need someone to talk to as well, or I may leave my house barking and meowing.
If I can’t help you I will recommend someone who can. A portion of your Coach The World fee will go to the World Health Organization and Vital Ground Foundation.
Take advantage of every moment you have with those you love.
See you on the other side.