Pamela Babcock writes and edits for c-level executives, corporations, web sites, newspapers, magazines, corporations, associations, universities and regular people just like you.
Featured in two books and has also appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, cio.com, The (Newark) Star-Ledger, The Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal, WebMD, SmartCEO Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, HR Magazine, Common Ground, Family Circle, Southern Living, Golf Business Magazine and many more places.
Just a few include a Big Four accounting firm, a major psychiatric liability insurance company, tech companies, numerous trade associations, several art museums and cultural institutions as well as an international airport authority and state department of cultural resources.
Wharton Alumni Magazine, Brown University, Duke Magazine, Carleton Voice, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, University of Maryland, Richmond Alumni Magazine, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Kansas Alumni Magazine, Auburn University College of Business, The Ohio State University, University of Nebraska, Skidmore Scope and more.
I also bylined two chapters in HR Magazine’s “Guide to Managing People" - "Watch Our for the Minefield of Hidden Bias" and "It Takes More Than a Reference Check to Weed Out Liars." And I've written for textbooks. My story on smoking cessation was featured in McGraw Hill's Annual Editions: Health.
Check out this video from my SmartCEO magazine cover story on FUBU CEO and founder Daymond John of "Shark Tank." And see more writing samples here.