Pam Kapoor is a writer, editor, and communications consultant specializing in public engagement and advocacy (pamkapoor.ca).
In 2000, Pam was the Canadian Organizer for the World March of Women, an unprecedented global women’s campaign. Since then, she has contributed strategic and communications leadership to such groups as the Nobel Women’s Initiative, the Canadian Union of Public Employees, Make Poverty History, Oxfam Canada, Amnesty International Canada, and the Coalition for Women’s Equality. She is also a popular workshop facilitator in the areas of anti-oppression and human rights.
An active citizen of the internet since it all began, Pam blogs in several places, contributes regularly to online (and print) publications, and co-founded the statusreport.ca project in 2006 to bring attention to the dismantling of Status of Women Canada.
Pam’s academic background is in journalism and language. Raised in Regina, Pam now calls Ottawa-Gatineau home.