Pamela Stone is a skilled communicator. Through writing, public speaking and teaching, she touches others and helps change their lives. She is a syndicated writer, publishing many articles in the Huffington Post, Los Angeles Times and New YorkTimes syndicates. Her work has also been published in Success, USA Weekend, the Chicago Tribune, and the Boston Globe, among others. She is the author of A Woman’s Guide to Living Alone:10 Ways to Survive Grief and Be Happy, Taylor Publishing, 2001 and has more than more than 15 years as a writer in journalism, public relations, advertising and corporate communications. Her feature articles for newspapers and magazines cover issues pertaining to women, seniors, and families. In addition, Ms. Stone teaches writing to teens and adults. At Southern Methodist University’s Meadow School for the Arts, she offers an adult writing class “Are You Hungry to Be a Bestseller?” Here, students learn how to write, position, pitch and place their article or book idea with an editor or an agent.
- Served on the staffs of the Los Angeles Times, The Dallas Morning News, and Dallas Times-Herald.
- Serving on the advisory board of Home Instead Senior Care, a provider of nonmedical care for the elderly. As a board representative, Ms. Stone conducts national interviews in broadcast, print, and radio, emphasizing caregiving challenges, namely in long-distance caregiving, creating a strong care plan, and building a caregiving team with relatives. A New York agent is representing her current book in long-distance caregiving.
- Television news reporter for Dallas, Texas, PBS station KERA-TV, plus guest appearances on FOX-TV’s Good Day.
- Adjunct faculty member at Richland and Brookhaven Colleges, Dallas, Texas.
- Freelance articles distributed nationally by the New York Times and Los Angeles Times syndicates, running in such newspapers as the Chicago Tribune, Seattle Times, Boston Globe, Palm Beach Post, Detroit News, Rocky Mountain News, and USA WEEKEND.
- As a writer of family and women’s issues, her stories have been featured on the nationally syndicated television shows.