Pamela Coyle

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 Her interests and hobbies are wide and varied, which helps explain the subtitle of Pamdemonium, “It’s all over the place.”