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Pam Chatman

Pam Chatman

National Motivational Speaker

Often called "The Rising New Oprah of the South," Pam Chatman is a larger-than-life personality in her job. She is a woman who has kicked down doors and broken glass ceilings to do what she loves, empowering women. She is a Diva by trade and a Boss Lady by definition. When she speaks she commands attention. The world now knows that after her debut in TruTV reality show BREAKING GREENVILLE. Raised in the Mississippi Delta city of Shaw in Bolivar County, Pam never forgets her roots and the things that have driven her to do what she has done so far in her life.

She is currently preparing to launch her own tv network, PChatman Network. She will make history in Mississippi and the southeast for being named a Woman of Empowerment by Coca Cola's global initiative Coca Cola 5by20 in April 2018. Pam is also the CEO of P. Chatman Media Communication and PChatman Mentoring, Consultant and Training Organization.

Pam has spoken at places like: Harriett Tubman Residential Women and Children Center in Chicago, Chicago Girls Behavior Health Facility, CSAT Center (Center for Substance Abuse Treatment Women Center) in Mississippi, Catherine Booth Domestic Violence for Women Shelter in Mississippi, National Council for Negro Women Dream Workshop in Mississippi and Diamond in the Rough Workshops in several states. Pam also works with schools both in and out of the South.

In November 2016, she received the President Barack Obama Leadership Achievement Award in Atlanta. In October 2016, she was recognized by the U.S. Congress and placed in the Congressional Record for her contributions in her career and her community. Several Hollywood celebrities, all from Mississippi, came home to witness. In August 2016, she received The Mississippi Civil and Human Rights Award as a Glass Ceiling Breaker, which was the first civil rights award held in Mississippi of this kind in honor of Fannie Lou Hamer Civil Rights Museum. Add to that recognition, her placement in the Top 50 Black Women on the Move, Top 50 Women in Business and the Seed of Africa Award for Outstanding African American Women Making A Difference. She has even spoken at an "Oprah Winfrey Family Reunion".