A familiar face to Birmingham news viewers for more than 30 years, Pam anchors "Focus@4" and the "5 O'Clock News" on ABC 33/40. Many of her reports provide viewers with in depth, insightful information on state politics, local government and public education in Alabama.
Pam is Alabama's first female ever assigned to a prime time nightly news anchor chair. She is an EMMY-award winning journalist. In 2007, she was honored as the first female in Alabama to be inducted into the National Association of Television Arts and Sciences "Silver Circle." It is an award that recognizes television professionals who have worked 25 years or more in the industry and have made significant contributions to the Southern regional market.
Through the years Pam has received recognition and numerous awards from the Associated Press and the Radio and Television News Directors Association for her anchoring and reporting work. She holds a degree in broadcast journalism from West Virginia University and has served as an adjunct professor for two local colleges. In addition to her television duties and teaching, Pam also conducts seminars on dealing with the media and media crisis management.
She serves on several civic boards and sings in her church choir. A sought after speaker, Pam gives approximately 50 speeches to civic organizations, churches and schools each year.
She and her husband, Bill have two adult daughters.
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