With compassion, energy and humor, she inspires audiences by sharing stories, often related to her welfare struggle–and triumph, while offering practical personal
strategies to help them move beyond their challenges.
Her book, "A Day at the Fare: One Woman's Welfare Passage," portrays that harrowing period of Pamela's life. She also talks about improving adult literacy and financial
literacy in the community.
..."While talking with friends and associates about my unanticipated employment status, I divulged a rather hush-hush part of my life. They were only familiar with the Pamela who always seemed to be doing better than okay. They were surprised to hear from me how I had once fallen into deep poverty and struggled to work my way out of it.
Each of them appeared stirred by what I had revealed, said my story inspired them, and insisted I share it. It would be helpful for other people to hear it too, they said. So I began publicly speaking, sharing my story along with practical personal strategies, and encouraging audiences to forge ahead when faced with adversity, just as I had done, rather than adopt a sense of futility.
Now hearing my audiences’ and clients’ positive responses, I know I am engaged in my right work. Finally, I am making a deeper, positive difference by using my personal experiences and communication skills to personally impact lives."
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