Pamela Michael

Pamela Michael is the cofounder of River of Words, a linked network of people throughout the United States and the world who are committed to teaching the art and poetry of place to young people. A writer, radio producer and host, and the former director of the United Nations Task Force on Media and Education, she has also worked for Save the Children (Egypt), the United States Coalition for Education for All, and many other development and educational organizations. She worked for the Discovery Channel's Educational Division as a curriculum development consultant and was director of marketing and public relations for the San Jose Symphony. Michael is the author of several books, including The Gift of Rivers, The Whole World is Watching: An International Inquiry into Media Involvement in Education, and many magazine, journal, and newspaper articles. Her anthologies of children's art and poetry are used in classrooms around the world. She has taught writing to aspiring and professional writers, as well as teachers, for over twenty years.




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