top of page


Fate nudged Pam in the direction of entertainment early on when she was offered an intern position at a Miami television station at the age of 15. She worked there for two years during high school, then graduated from Dartmouth College and set out for Hollywood with an English degree and a desire to produce TV and movies.

After working on numerous commercials, including a few years on staff at Ridley Scott's company, she segued to telling stories longer than thirty seconds in feature film development at Warner Bros., Sony and Touchstone Studios. Later, Pam returned to her TV roots, producing and writing shows including "Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern," "Diners, Drive-ins and Dives," "America's Next Top Model," "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition," "Single in the City," and "The Adam Carolla Project."

With numerous experiences under her belt working and dating in Hollywood, she began writing books and coaching women through relationship quandaries of their own. She continues to produce and pen movies and television.


Home base is Los Angeles, California, where Pam resides with her daughter and Chihuahua.

bottom of page