Pam Chatman

Shaw Native Pam Chatman to Speak on Healthy Relationships

In recognition of National Stalking Awareness Month, the Dating and Domestic Violence Prevention program of Coahoma Community College has invited guest speaker Pam Chatman, author of “I Made It Through the Storm” and news media veteran, to Coahoma Community College to lead a Healthy Relationship Summit on Wednesday, Jan. 30.

Shaw Native Pam Chatman to Speak on Healthy Relationships

Press Release from Coahoma Community College Public Relations; (662) 621-4057 - Melody Dixon

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Tue Jan 29, 2019

Pam ChatmanIn recognition of National Stalking Awareness Month, the Dating and Domestic Violence Prevention program of Coahoma Community College has invited guest speaker Pam Chatman, author of “I Made It Through the Storm” and news media veteran, to Coahoma Community College to lead a Healthy Relationship Summit on Wednesday, Jan. 30.

Scheduled for 9 a.m. in the Magnolia Room of the Zee A. Barron Student Union, the event will be a chance to engage in an open discussion with Chatman, who uses her negative experiences from school to help women get freed from their past. She has a passion for empowering women and young girls, teaching them to love themselves first.

A public speaker and native of Shaw, Mississippi, Chatman is the CEO and founder of the eponymous P. Chatman Mentoring, Consulting and Training Organization. Having appeared on television shows including “The Talk,” “The Today Show” and MSNBC’s “Reporter’s Notebook,” she continues making strides toward remaining on the scene with three Hollywood productions in the works. Chatman was named Mississippi’s first African-American woman to serve as news director after running the Greenville television news stations WABG and WNBD. She is a graduate of Rust College and a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. She also owns a cosmetic and spa line. Chatman has been featured on the TruTV television network comedy “Breaking Greenville.”

 CCC’s Dating and Domestic Violence Prevention program is led by Coordinator Kenneth Gooden. He and other resources on and off campus work to prevent and properly handle situations of sexual assault, stalking, dating and relationship violence.

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