A social entrepreneur and development expert, with experience in international development through various positions in the US and Africa. Pamela has carried out assignments in Washington, DC and Africa as a consultant researcher for programs funded by organizations including the WHO, USAID, PEPFAR, and the US Department of State. Pamela has received several grants, including a Grand Challenges Canada Rising Star awards for “Reward N’ Conquer,” an innovative mobile-based game application on safety training for motorcycle accident prevention in Kenya and the “No Sugar for Me” project for prevention of HIV among adolescents. Pamela obtained her B.Sc. from Moi University (Kenya); an MA in International Development from American University; and an MPH in Epidemiology from Oklahoma University Health Science Center.