Pamela Whyte has invested her career in perfecting her editorial skills across a variety of media platforms. From the production studios of television networks and the editorial departments of magazines to the marketing offices of global communication companies, Pamela is a creative thinker and savvy media professional. She is at once a dynamic storyteller and an astute content strategist, and she has the rare gift of integrating best practices, methods and policies based on narrative and messaging.
Through her consulting work at Home Front Communications, she has collaborated on global communication strategies and narratives for some of the world's largest non-profit organizations. From the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Pamela has become knowledgeable about tailoring and distributing content throughout digital, print, video and live-event channels. Recently her compelling short programs on global health earned featured spots at the Clinton Global Initiative and the Bill & Melinda Gates' Living Proof Project.
Pamela has spent the majority of her career writing and producing more than a hundred hours of non-fiction programming for Discovery, Travel Channel, TLC, National Geographic, and others. She has also advised network chiefs on development and programming strategies based on content, mission, risk assessment and costs. She is known for delivering compelling stories and building dedicated teams.
Pamela launched her career in magazine publishing and has been an award-winning editor for two publications. She was lauded by the Alabama Media Professionals Association for promoting multicultural awareness and fairness in reporting. Today she continues to write features and travel articles for regional publications.
As diverse as the venues are, Pamela's mission remains the same: to tell the story and to tell it well.