Pam Lutrell is a communications professional based in San Antonio, TX. She is currently a journalism educator in private education; a freelance writer; public speaker; a spokesperson; a public relations professional; and a blogger. Her journalism degree is from the University of Texas in Austin, TX.
Pam worked in the advertising/public relations industry from 1975- 1987, and then began her role as mother to three children. In 1997, she began to handle public relations for a new campaign to relocate their private school to forty acres in North San Antonio. In 2000, the school superintendent challenged Pam to begin a journalism department for their college preparatory high school. Since then, the thirty-two page monthly news magazine, The Revelation, has been recognized by professional journalists around the United States; and won three State Championships for the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools; seven Lone Star Awards from the Houston Press Club; twelve Quill & Scroll Gold Key Awards;Two Special Commendations from Governor Rick Perry; one George Washington Medal of Freedom from the Freedoms Foundation of Valley Forge; and one recognition for a program of excellence from the Association of Christian Schools International. The journalism department grew to include the news magazine, a broadcast news team, an online publication, and a yearbook.
|Included in a special feature about age and fashion in Navabi, an online fashion|
magazine from the UK, article published 2/2013
As a new empty-nester, Pam is excited about re-entry into the professional world and seeking opportunities in any of the areas mentioned above. As represented by her work with establishing a thriving journalism program and presently a successful blog, Pam has the ability to make positive things happen with any venture she pursues. She is known for combining a conversational, PR style of writing with the fundamentals of excellent journalism for a popular, enjoyable read.