Pamela R. Purifoy,
Making Your Vision a Reality
I've been in this business long enough to see it go from standing at a fax machine sending out press releases for hours, to disseminating press releases globally with a click of a button. One thing is for certain, no matter how a message is communicated for a business or organization, the desired outcome remains the same: you want your messaging to be effective, timely, and in many cases personal.
For over 30 years, I have been doing that, for businesses and organizations both great and small. I have created campaigns in multiple industries: healthcare, banking, literary, entertainment, automotive, technology, fashion, science and retail. My clients have appeared on Oprah, Oprah Magazine, NPR, Associated Press, Black Enterprise, USA Today, ABC News, and numerous local and regional media across the country. I have done some international work as well, involving the Prime Minister of Kenya, and an African Women's Leadership Forum.
A NY Times best-selling author describes me as a person who "makes it happen". I offer creative solutions to problems and concerns that you may have with the marketing communications efforts of your business or organization.
I am the recipient of two Direct Marketing Awards for work done for an automotive industry giant. Currently I serve as co-chair of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) Media Related Member Task Force, previously served as a member of the NABJ Elections Committee and Convention Programming Committee. I am a member of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA).
I live by my moniker "PRProPam", and am fully engaged in various social media platforms, providing thought-provoking conversations and interest in the clients I represent.
In addition to PRPro Media, I also have a passion for social justice, voter advocacy and culture. I host the weekly podcast: Remixing Politics + Culture with PAM on Sunday evenings, where I interview candidates and thought--leaders about the current issues of the day.
With that said, if you're a politico, I'd love to work with you on strategy.