Pamela Brooks, Washington, DC native and tenured (28 years) federal government employee—is first and foremost a mother, business woman, community activist and leader.
The proud mother of three: Tionne, Patriya and Amir (who transitioned 8/6/2014) and grandmother of 4, has always taken an active role in the legacy of her children and community. Seeing the lyrical, melodic potential in Tionne, Pam took charge of the marketing and managing of her son’s career. Through music business dealings, she observed the need for community support of local artists. In March 2014, Pam and co-creator Kalibur kicked off DMV Music to strengthen and unify the Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia music market—bridging the gap between artists and connecting them with potential consumers, clients, investors, and fans.
When her youngest son Amir transitioned as a result of a vehicular accident, Pam created the #NoChase Movement to ensure police enforce the existing policy of only engaging in vehicular pursuit if a violent crime has been committed. Pam hopes the “NoChase Movement can save the life of many children from the possibility of a senseless fatal vehicular accident as a result of fear. After hearing of Pam’s loss, mothers across the country reached out to her to give and receive strength and encouragement. Pam created a group on Facebook, "Mothers of Lost Angels" so many can share mutual emotional support; maintain hope; and pray together. To spread encouragement and knowledge on a larger platform, Pam was a panelist for “You Can Sit with Us...Life After Death Edition" sponsored by Kingdom Chics with Dr. Lonise Bias.
To increase support in her community in words and actions, Pam co-founded Simply United Together (S.U.T.)—a catalyst for positive social change and community sustainability and empowerment. She sponsors food and coat drives, feeds the homeless, and leads outreach services. She also launched a radio show "The Pam & Peachez Show" on Ryze Radio. The Pam & Peachez Show led by diverse and outspoken Pamela Brooks and Lavonne "Peachez" Coates discusses relationship, communication, and financial concerns; civic matters of involvement; and music and fashion entertainment.
In addition I have starred in 2 silent films on Domestic Violence, Jay's Truth and The Birthday Wish.