Pamela Booton is a longtime Austin resident who is active as an arts advocate and financial consultant. She serves as Advisor of the Alamo Bay Writers’ Workshop and Alamo Bay Press, publishing works of high literary merit that celebrate life, the arts and progressive causes.
Pamela was the associate producer for the Seadrift Fisherman Legacy Project. She is also on the board of directors of the Mos Chukma Institute, which provides art therapy to New Orleans children in the Lower Ninth Ward and Tremé.
Pamela is a consultant for Issue TV, a 501c3 media for educational and social justice projects. She is an Associate Producer for the documentary film Radio Taboo, presenting the work of artist/activist Issa Nyaphaga, building a community radio station for public health and human rights in Cameroon, West Africa.
Pamela is a member of Austin Documentary Fans. She is an enthusiastic representative for the art of Reji Thomas.
Pamela graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a degree in Mathematics and a concentration in Accounting. She began her business with Peat Marwick and her investment career with Merrill Lynch in Dallas. She returned to Austin over twenty years ago to complete the UT Actuarial Mathematics Program and establish her financial advisory practice.
Pamela lives in Austin with her husband Javier and their two dachshunds, Rudy and Grady.