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Pam
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America's Leading Edge Woman Ms. Division National Queen

Meet Pam-America's Leading Edge Woman (Ms. Division)

Pam has been involved with pageants for many years and is a multiple titleholder. 

 

Besides pageantry, she enjoys being a proud "Pet Mommy" to her eleven-year-old rescue cat named "Cindy."

 

Pam's platform is Animal rights, and she supports many animal charities in Pittsburgh and helps with fundraising events. She makes many personal appearances and one of her favorite places to visit is the Colony Cafe in Pittsburgh which is a coffee bar and restaurant that houses rescue cats ready for adoption from Animal Friends. She also participates regularly in the "Mutt Strutt" for Animal Friends and "Pen Day" for the Collie Rescue of Southwestern Pennsylvania. She was a model for the "Paws For Fashion" event which benefited the Animal Rescue League of Pittsburgh. Her modeling partner "Snowball", a rescued Bichon Frise, stole the show in his little black tuxedo! In addition, Pam also raised funds for a bullet proof vest in her former hometown of Carnegie for K-9 Dark of the Carnegie Police Department. 

 

Pam's passion is for the animals and the animals are passionate towards her for all the help she continues to give them!

 

Meet Pam  America's Leading Edge Woman Ms. Division National Queen!

 

Pam  has been involved with pageants for many years and is a

multiple titleholder.

 

Besides pageantry, Pam enjoys being a proud "Pet Mommy" to her

eleven-year-old rescue cat named "Cindy."

 

Pam's platform is Animal rights, and she supports many animal charities in Pittsburgh and helps with

fundraising events. She makes many personal appearances and one of her

favorite places to visit is the Colony Cafe in Pittsburgh which is a coffee bar

and restaurant that houses rescue cats ready for adoption from Animal

Friends.

 

Pam participates regularly in the "Mutt Strutt" for Animal Friends and

"Pen Day" for the Collie Rescue of Southwestern Pennsylvania. She was a

model for the "Paws For Fashion" event which benefited the Animal Rescue

League of Pittsburgh. Her modeling partner "Snowball", a rescued Bichon

Frise, stole the show in his little black tuxedo!

 

Also, Pam raised funds for a bullet proof vest in her former hometown

of Carnegie for K-9 Dark of the Carnegie Police Department.

 

Pam's passion is for the animals and the animals are passionate towards

her for all the help she continues to give them!