At AndiSites, we’re joining people around the globe to celebrate National Women’s History Month. As a woman-owned company, AndiSites is proud to be intentional about creating an inclusive space where all people, regardless of their gender, race or cultural differences, can feel welcomed and embraced. It’s especially important that the people on our team are kind.
Just recently, our team grew by one dynamic woman who, like us, is a genuinely good person driven to do great work through her role as our social media manager.
Pamela Berry-Johnson is the founder and head hopper of Yellow Rabbit PR & Marketing, a strategic communications agency located in Biloxi, Mississippi. As an award-winning former journalist with more than 20 years of experience, Pamela has earned a reputation as a focused wordsmith passionate about elevating, illuminating and inspiring.
Since founding her firm a couple of years ago, Pamela’s client list has grown to include corporations, nonprofits, and educational organizations. She focuses on providing public relations, marketing, social media and branding services for small businesses like AndiSites.
During her communications career, Pamela has worked with some of the most visible organizations and institutions throughout the Southeast, including the MS Black Women’s Roundtable, MS Low-Income Child Care Initiative, Jackson State University, Fort Valley State University and Florida A&M University.
Her keen skills resulted in her earning a reputation as a dynamic leader, strategist and senior-level advisor.
Earlier in her career, Pamela spent 14 years as an award-winning newspaper journalist, column-writer and editor with The Clarion-Ledger Newspaper, Mississippi’s largest daily newspaper in her hometown of Jackson, MS. She covered beats ranging from crime and courts to communities and government and even earned the 2001 Column Writer of the Year honor from the Mississippi Press Association.
When not spending time with her husband Brian and their three children, Pamela volunteers with various nonprofits, including as a board member for the MS Sickle Cell Foundation and the Mississippi Gulf Coast African-American Chamber of Commerce.
Please join us in welcoming Pamela to our happy team. And feel free to drop a comment in our social media, sharing some of the women who inspire you as part of our celebration of Women’s History Month.