Pamela Hilliard Owens: After a 35+-year career in education (Pre-K – 14), collaborative sales, and sales management and marketing, Pamela started her first writing and editing business, Writing It Right For You, in July of 2008; expanding to her second, Detroit Ink Publishing, in 2012, and her third, Your Business Your Brand Creatively, in 2014.
Through her three companies, her clients learn that “It Matters How You Say It”! Pamela works with solo professionals, creative freelancers, and small businesses throughout the United States, Canada, the U.K., and twelve other countries on a variety of writing, editing, publishing, and marketing projects.
Pamela provides writing, editing, web design and maintenance, publishing, branding, marketing, business consulting, and social media marketing services for clients, and specializes in working with creative and solo freelancers on branding and marketing their businesses.
Pamela is also a highly sought-after speaker in the areas of motivation and entrepreneurship and is on the board of directors of three different creative and business organizations.
Pamela is the creator of the #1 global Facebook Group for creative and solo professionals, entrepreneurs, and small business owners: YB2C Premium: YB2C Premium
Pamela is the author of relevant books and eBooks, including:
“It Takes Ten Years to Become an Overnight Success: the year-by-year story of my first ten years as a freelance business owner” (2018): https://amzn.to/2yCRHRV
“My Third Career: From Educator to Entrepreneur” (will publish Spring 2020)
Pamela also hosts a weekly podcast: “ The YB2C Live! Podcast for Entrepreneurs .”
Pamela has Bachelor’s Degrees in Special Education/Education and Sociology and a Master’s Degrees in English/Language Arts, Curriculum Development, and Psychology. She also has a Reading Specialist Certification from the State of Michigan and several business licenses.
Pamela is a native Detroiter and lives in Detroit, Michigan in the historic Boston-Edison neighborhood with her husband Keith Owens and their 5-year-old Shorkie, “Pepper.”