GUEST SPEAKER: Pamela C. King
TOPIC: Triple Negative Breast Cancer (TNBC) Awareness: These Truths Saved My Life
WHEN: Thursday, October 5 2023, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. CST
WHERE: Tavern On Main – 301 E Main St, Belleville, IL 62220
Pamela King is the Founder & CEO of Pamela C. King Consulting, LLC. She uses her gifts as an inspirational speaker, executive coach, business consultant, and bold goals strategist to amplify the voices of women and serves as a catalyst for their success.
Pamela’s leadership journey stems from her 20-year Air Force career, as a Strategic Plans and Programs manager, Professional Military Education Instructor, and Master Resilience Trainer, while also voluntarily serving as Sexual Assault Victim Advocate. After retiring from the military, Pamela extended her leadership skills as the regional director of a national nonprofit, helping leaders develop skills to strengthen relationships, build collaborative teams, and have a positive impact in their communities. Pamela continues to integrate her life and work experiences with her master’s in education and bachelor’s in human resource management to expand her impact.
As an Iraq veteran, sexual assault survivor, and breast cancer warrior, Pamela believes in the power of perseverance and she knows that with the right support system, mindset, and tools, we can overcome our challenges and achieve great things. She is relentless in her mission to help create a world where women are valued for their contributions, confident in their abilities, and empowered by their choices without guilt, shame, or fear. Without a doubt, Pamela King is doing the work she was called to do, and she is UNSTOPPABLE!
Pamela inspires women to take control of their health by sharing her story as a Stage 3, Triple Negative Breast Cancer Survivor. By dispelling breast cancer myths, she hopes to increase awareness and offer insights that may one day save a woman’s life.
1. Break up with the lies about breast cancer.
2. Focus on the facts that save lives.
3. Conquering breast cancer takes more than strength.