Pamela Coyle is a lifelong journalist who worked as a reporter and editor at major newspapers in Minneapolis, Minn., New Haven, Conn., New Orleans and, most recently, Nashville. As an assistant city editor at The Times-Picayune in New Orleans, Ms. Coyle was on the team that won Pulitzer Prizes for public service and deadline reporting for its coverage of Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath.
Now a Nashville-based freelance writer, editor and entrepreneur, Ms. Coyle, a frequent contributor to Journal Communications publications, has her own company, Content that Connects. She also writes regularly for EnergyBiz and HealthLeaders-InterStudy and has worked with local colleges to develop a new website and video content.
She holds a baccalaureate degree in journalism from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities and a master’s in the study of law from Yale Law School. "Content Rocks!" is her company's blog.
“Pamdemonium,” her personal blog, can be found at http://pamelacoyle.com. Her interests and hobbies are wide and varied, which helps explain the subtitle of Pamdemonium, “It’s all over the place.”