Pamela Hogan

Board of Directors

Co-Owner of Other Noises, Inc., Pamela Hogan is an Emmy award-winning filmmaker, journalist, and media executive.

She was recently Co-creator and Executive Producer of “Women, War & Peace,” a groundbreaking 5-part series broadcast on PBS, and Director of the first episode, “I Came to Testify.” Seen by 12 million viewers on U.S. television, the films are in distribution internationally and have won 2 Overseas Press Club awards, a Television Academy Honor, and the ABA’s Silver Gavel. She was formerly Executive Producer of PBS’s acclaimed international affairs series, “Wide Angle,” working closely with global filmmakers on over 70 hours of documentaries filmed in 50 countries and raising millions in production and co-production financing.

While there she originated and shaped development of the Emmy-winning “Ladies First,” about women’s leadership in post-genocide Rwanda; and she launched “Time for School,” spotlighting the global education crisis through the lives of 7 children in 7 countries who are fighting against the odds to stay in school (Gabriel Award, Overseas Press Club citation, IDA nominee).

She has produced for Bill Moyers, directed international co-productions for National Geographic Television, and was Field Producer of NBC’s Peabody award-winning “To Be An American,” about a Cambodian family fleeing the Khmer Rouge.

Her speaking engagements include the White House, USIP, Harvard Law School, Capitol Hill, the Asia Society, the U.N., the Council on Foreign Relations, USAID and UC Berkeley Law School.