Pamela is the president of her indie production company, Brass Ring Enterprises. A 25-year entertainment veteran, she began her career at Walt Disney Pictures in motion picture marketing and advertising. Her extensive career includes serving as the director's assistant on the feature film “Violated” (Lionsgate); an associate producer and field producer at KNBC-TV; working in development at Embassy Films, Gladden Entertainment and Taft Entertainment; serving as a production manager on numerous TV shows and specials; and directing a host of music videos, commercials and public service announcements. An award-winning writer, she was awarded the Black Screenwriting Award for Thicker Than Water from the American Film Institute, among several other writing achievements. She has also ghostwritten for film and worked as a freelance writer for music-related magazines. In 2008, she directed, produced and wrote the documentary film Gold Diggin’: For the Love of Money, which screened at Cannes 2008 and was the featured film for Women's Indies Night in the African Diaspora Film Festival also in 2008. She and Jim Petersen directed, produced and wrote The Wonder Kids documentary film featuring Dick Van Dyke, Savion Glover and Debbie Allen, which won Best Documentary at the New York International Independent Film Festival. Pamela holds a B.A. in Film & T.V. Production from USC.