Pamela Appea

New York, NY USA

Professional Experience

I am a New York-City based freelance writer who now specializes in non-profit and health communications. With 13 years of feature writing experience, I have written extensively in children, health and nutrition, development and behavor, business and more.


Content Editor (online)
8 Years
6 Years
13 Years


Family, Children & Teenagers
13 Years
Women's Issues
13 Years
8 Years


Magazine - Local/Regional magazines
13 Years
Online/new media
8 Years
11 Years

Total Media Industry Experience

13 Years

Corporate Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

Brighton Ballet Theater (10+), Independent Consultant (3-5)

Other Work History

B.I. Media, 2002 Institutional Investor, 2000 Community Development Publications, 1999-2002 (Freelance) The Ann Arbor News, 1999-2000 The Chicago Tribune 1999 (Intern)

Foreign Language Skills

Proficient in Spanish.

Computer Skills

Macs/PCs; MS Office; Basic Web Design and HTML.

Work Permits & Visas

U.S. citizen, born in Canada


Feature Writing

Feature article on religion and parenting.
Barbara Luke is a firm advocate of bed rest. At least that’s what she prescribes for women expecting twins, triplets or quadruplets. Luke, a nutritionists and professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Michigan, founded her 4-year-old clinic to provide personal care and specialized treatment for women expecting multiple babies. The clinic helps to meet a growing need.

Crain's New York Business

Ian Gerard, the chief executive of Gen Art, throws parties for a living.
OSI Pharmaceuticals Inc. said Friday that it signed a licensing deal with Eli Lilly and Co. to develop a new class of diabetes treatments.
International visitors flocked to Broadway in record numbers during the 2005-06 season, as attendance levels rebounded to pre-Sept. 11 levels.

Dirt is Good For You: True Stories of Surviving Parenthood

My piece was one of the essays included in this anthology.

News Stories

In a burst of campus activism, college students around the country are staging sit-ins and other protests in hopes of ending "poor and inhumane" working conditions at factories licensed to produce clothing bearing their school names.


Interview with Michelle Obama, then the director of Director of UCSC at the University of Chicago.

Non Profit Content

The Balm In Gilead, Inc. celebrates the success of its black tie benefit gala performance at The Waldorf=Astoria. The event featured legendary song stylist Miss Nancy Wilson, a true living legend, who performed in the hotel's exclusive Starlight Roof. Miss Wilson, resplendent in a sparkling white B. Michael gown, sang her signature classic Guess Who I Saw Today among other numbers.

General Please take a look at my showcase blog.