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Democratic Activist and Strategist, doing most activist work thru a nationwide email listserv, referred to as "Pam's List".
Elected member of the Alabama State Democratic Executive Committee as well as a member of my county, (Madison) Democratic Committee.
Member of the Madison County Democratic Women.
Charter member of the Alabama Federation of Democratic Women.
Founder of the local chapter of Madison County Young Democrats as well as Rocket City Democrats.
Volunteered for most all Democratic campaigns since 1992 and in 2002 I ran for the Alabama House, District 25.
Volunteered as a Mediator in the District Court of Madison County, Certified with the State of Alabama Unified Judicial System
2008 recognized by the Alabama Federation of Democratic Women for "dedication and persistence in bring national attention to a travesty of justice in the Governor Don Siegelman case."
Co-owner The Computer Doctor Inc.
Recruiter of Engineering & Management for a prominent placement firm
Better Business Bureau of North Alabama.
Kindergarten Teacher, 10 years, Pisgah, Alabama
Teacher's Aide in the Hispanic Migrant Program - 3 summers
Presidential Inauguration of Barack Obama 2009
Democratic National Conventions in Los Angeles 2000, Boston 2004 and Denver 2008
Young Democrats of America National Convention in San Francisco 2005
Alabama Democratic House Caucus Retreat, Gulf Shores, Al. 2002
Alabama Young Democratic Convention 2000
Right now my mission is a quest for justice for former Alabama Governor Don Siegelman, who has sufferd at the hands of corrupt US Attorneys, Alice Martin and Leura Canary.
(2 comments) SHARE Friday, August 24, 2012 A Lynching in Alabama
Very fine article on Don Siegelman by James Centric. His chronicling the events spanning more than a decade that led to the political demise of the popular governor can serve as a reference point for us all.
(4 comments) SHARE Friday, June 18, 2010 Wikileaks and The Next HOPE
You may have already seen mention of this in various forums. Please forgive any repetition but this is a really important story that needs to be known worldwide.
SHARE Thursday, June 25, 2009 Major Forum About Justice Department's Misconduct
U.S. House Judiciary Committee Chairman John Conyers, Jr. (D-MI) is scheduled to keynote an unprecedented conference June 26 about misconduct allegations against the U.S. Department of Justice. The 8 to 11 a.m. forum is at the National Press Club in Washington, DC.
SHARE Monday, October 18, 2010 Tell John Conyers to begin this crucial inquiry!
We need John Conyers, Chairman of the Judiciary Committee, to open an investigation into the links between organized gambling in Mississippi and the prosecution of Governor Siegelman, the indictments which were recently announced in Alabama by the same US Attorney's office that prosecuted Siegelman, and its links to Karl Rove and Jack Abramoff.
(1 comments) SHARE Tuesday, March 31, 2009 Whistleblower's Revenge
The gust of wind that surged through Washington D.C. earlier this month was not a warm front moving in. It was the collective sigh of relief when President Barack Obama issued a memorandum that will protect the work of the 100,000 scientists and engineers in the U.S. government.
(8 comments) SHARE Monday, March 9, 2009 Open Letter to Attorney General Eric Holder
I am asking that investigations into high crimes by the former administration take place.We need to prosecute the people who turned our democracy into a dictatorship and ripped our Constitution to shreds in the process.lease move forward with a commitment to remove the remaining 51 Bush-appointed US Attorneys who have been nothing more than political operatives, who have put their politics before justice.
(1 comments) SHARE Tuesday, March 31, 2009 PBS "Sick Around America"
The question that powerfully emerges from this film--and which now confronts the nation--is whether the vested interests vying for trillions in health care dollars can come together to make the kind of fundamental change that everyone now seems to agree we need.