The Biography of CNN’s Pamela is an interesting one. She is a senior White House correspondent and fill-in anchor for CNN’s Newsroom. She previously served as the network’s Justice and Supreme Court correspondent. Born November 29, 1983, in Lexington, Kentucky, Brown received her Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Journalism from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her parents were both successful businessmen who decided to divorce while she was still a child.
Born Pamela Ashley Brown, Pamela Brown has been a television reporter for over twenty years. She served as a White House correspondent for CNN for two years, and has reported from a number of high-profile events. Her first major assignment was reporting on the earthquake in Haiti. After this, she covered Hurricane Sandy and earned an Emmy nomination. Later, she covered a story about the sale of young girls for sex in Northern Virginia. Her report has been so important to the city that local police still present it in human trafficking training sessions.
In addition to her duties as a Justice and Supreme Court correspondent for CNN, Brown has also covered national security and law enforcement. She has traveled extensively and covered important stories from countries around the world. While at ABC7/WJLA-TV in Washington D.C., Brown began her career as an Emmy(r)-nominated special projects reporter. She went to Haiti in 2010 as one of the few local journalists to cover the disaster, and returned to rebuild Port-au-Prince after the earthquake.