Education, Environment, Sustainability, Climate Change, Agriculture, Food, Women, Asian Americans, Globalization, South Asia, Africa, Human Rights, Environmental Laws, Ethics, Philosophy, Literature, Culture
Climate Change, Environment, Social Justice, Women, Feminism, Globalization, Politics, Food, Travel, South Asia, Human Rights
Pam completed her Masters Degree in English and Cultural Studies in 2011.
Pam has extensive experience in editing and writing for the agriculture industry, specifically food production, sustainable farming and consumption. She has edited over 100 articles and authored several peer reviewed publications on the above topics.
As a college instructor at an R1 institution, Pam has over 10 years experience with the US higher education system. She specializes in writing and editing in the areas of humanities and globalization of higher education.
As a language editor for an academic publishing company and a editorial member of an agriculture journal, Pam has amassed a wealth of experience in the publishing industry. She has also published several articles in prestigious journals in the humanities.
Pam has written both academic and non-academic articles on topics such as female migrants, globalization, garment factory workers, South Asian women, third world feminisms, and impact of climate change on women. As a college instructor, she has also taught women's studies courses and edited over 20 essays on the above topics.
Pam has extensive experience in editing and writing on food production, green living, sustainable farming and consumption. She has edited over 12 articles and authored several peer reviewed publications on the above topics.
Pam has extensive experience writing articles on human rights and environmental laws. In graduate school, she was an award winning researcher and writer on these topics.
Pam has completed over 60 presentations. Her expertise comes from presenting at over 20 national and international conferences on topics ranging from human rights to sustainable living. She has also taught how to make effective presentations as an instructor.
Pam has completed over 50 articles during her tenure at higher education, first, as a graduate student and, then, as an instructor at a R1 institution. She has published several peer reviewed academic articles in prestigious journals and book chapters. She has also edited numerous academic and non-academic articles and essays on topics such as popular culture, environment, climate change, food security, women, globalization, Asia, and human rights. Her expertise primarily lies in the areas of academic writing and publishing.
Pam is interested in blogging about green living, climate change, women, motherhood, travel, South Asia, social justice, astrology and alternative medicine.