Pamela Babcock is former Washington Post reporter and full-time independent writer. Over the years, she has covered everything from crime and legal issues to business, personality profiles and more. Her work has been featured in hundreds of stories for major news publications and online sites.
Looking for someone to cover B2B, legal issues, real estate, personal finance, legal issues, health and more? In addition to an extensive career as a journalist, Pamela Babcock has served as corporate spokesman for a Fortune 500 utility and as director of communications for both the North Carolina Museum of Art and an Internet startup.
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Pamela Babcock's writing has appeared in The Washington Post, U.S. News & World Report, The New York Times, cio.com, REALTOR magazine, the ABA Journal, WebMD, Animal Sheltering magazine, The Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal, Family Circle and many more outlets.
Her work has also been featured in two books. Pamela Babcock wrote two chapters in HR Magazine’s “Guide to Managing People" - one about hidden bias and the other about how to weed out dishonest job applicants. And a story she wrote about smoking cessation was featured in the textbook McGraw Hill's Annual Editions: Health.