Pamela has provided onsite, on-phone, and Skype interviews around the world. 

Pamela has provided onsite, on-phone, and Skype interviews around the world. 

Pamela is recognized as an expert on international health and development as well as CSA, including trafficking. She is sought out regularly to speak at media-covered events and through the media.

Pamela speaks regularly to local, national, and international agencies and is often interviewed by and quoted in the media as an expert in the field. 

Pamela speaks regularly to local, national, and international agencies and is often interviewed by and quoted in the media as an expert in the field. 

Surgeon General of the United States RADM Kenneth P. Morisugu and Pamela Pine during the 2007 Race to Stop the Silence. (The Race, designed and developed by Pamela, took place for 10  years in the heart of DC from 2004-2013). The Surgeon General's site and various media provided coverage of the event.

Surgeon General of the United States RADM Kenneth P. Morisugu and Pamela Pine during the 2007 Race to Stop the Silence. (The Race, designed and developed by Pamela, took place for 10  years in the heart of DC from 2004-2013). The Surgeon General's site and various media provided coverage of the event.

Pamela has appeared on CNN, PBS, Channels 4, 7, 8, and 9 (DC / MD area), ClearChannel (now iHeart) radio, and many others, and articles about her and her work have been featured in prominent magazines and newspapers (Washington Post, TruEntertainment Magazine). Her interviews on TV and radio, in live cast video blogs, and in newspapers and magazines have been heard or seen locally, nationally, and internationally. 

Pamela has provided numerous TV and radio interviews.

Above taken with cameraman for PBS. 

Above taken with cameraman for PBS. 

Pamela has given interviews to local, national and international media. Below are some of those media.