Pamela Babcock is a former Washington Post reporter and full-time independent writer based in the New York City area. I've bylined hundreds of stories for major news sites, B2B clients and more.
I cover business and legal issues, personality profiles, real estate, health and more. I've also been a spokesman for a Fortune 500 electric utility, and director of communications for the N.C. Museum of Art and an Internet startup.
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My 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.
I 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 I wrote about smoking cessation was featured in the textbook McGraw Hill's Annual Editions: Health.