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As a part of an awareness project throughout Europe brought forth by European staff with Stop the Silence, an organization founded and run by Pamela, Pamela was given the opportunity to meet the Pope at the Vatican. The chance of a lifetime to get information to the Pope about CSA!

As a part of an awareness project throughout Europe brought forth by European staff with Stop the Silence, an organization founded and run by Pamela, Pamela was given the opportunity to meet the Pope at the Vatican. The chance of a lifetime to get information to the Pope about CSA!

Pamela provides programming locally, nationally, and internationally, and is seen here training nurses in Prince George's County, Maryland.

Pamela provides programming locally, nationally, and internationally, and is seen here training nurses in Prince George's County, Maryland.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pamela Pine, PhD, MPH: International Keynote Speaker, Presenter, Educator, Trainer, and Program Designer and Developer: Pamela has worked throughout the world on a wide range of international health issues (e.g., child sexual abuse, HIV/AIDS, reproductive health, leprosy, maternal/child health) for over 30 years. She is a child sexual abuse (CSA) expert, including a focus on trauma, orphans and vulnerable children, and sex trafficking. She is a professor (Arabic, Islam & Polity, Health Policy). She speaks Arabic and French. Her education includes: PhD, University of Maryland; MPH, Johns Hopkins; MAIA, Ohio University; BFA, Cornell University. She lives in Maryland with her 19-year old son who will soon be going off to college, and she has a 23-year old daughter who works with children of newly-arrived refugees and underserved youth, and will soon go to Brussels..

Pamela Pine, PhD, MPH: International Keynote Speaker, Presenter, Educator, Trainer, and Program Designer and Developer: Pamela has worked throughout the world on a wide range of international health issues (e.g., child sexual abuse, HIV/AIDS, reproductive health, leprosy, maternal/child health) for over 30 years. She is a child sexual abuse (CSA) expert, including a focus on trauma, orphans and vulnerable children, and sex trafficking. She is a professor (Arabic, Islam & Polity, Health Policy). She speaks Arabic and French. Her education includes: PhD, University of Maryland; MPH, Johns Hopkins; MAIA, Ohio University; BFA, Cornell University. She lives in Maryland with her 19-year old son who will soon be going off to college, and she has a 23-year old daughter who works with children of newly-arrived refugees and underserved youth, and will soon go to Brussels..

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