Pamela Ware is CEO of IndigoBlu PR, a boutique public relations and marketing agency specializing in brand management for non-profits and small businesses. With over two decades of experience in marketing, public relations, graphic design, and photography, she has worked with organizations in education, healthcare, faith-based, workforce development, and funeral/after-life industries. Pamela dedicates herself to building connections and making an impact through effective communication and promoting ideas, products, and services.
Before becoming a full-time entrepreneur in 2021, Pamela was the Director of Marketing and Public Relations with Southwest Partnership for Training and Employment (SWAPTE), formerly Mobile Works Inc. She also worked as an Admissions Counselor and Public Relations Coordinator for the Alabama School of Mathematics and Science, focusing on recruiting top talent. Additionally, she played a vital role in raising awareness for sickle cell disease as an educational training counselor and public relations specialist for the Sickle Cell Disease Association-Mobile Chapter. Pamela was also the Director of High School Activities for Southeastern College of Technology (now Remington College).
A proud native of Mobile, Alabama, Pamela is a 1989 graduate of Vigor High School. She received her bachelor's degree in English and Journalism from Livingston University (now the University of West Alabama) in 1994. Pamela is an active member of professional organizations, including the Public Relations Council of Alabama, Southern Public Relations Federation, and Constant Contact-Certified Partner, and holds a Meta certification in Introduction to Social Media Marketing.
In addition to her professional work, Pamela has dedicated her time to serving and volunteering with advisory councils and non-profit organizations such as United Way and Junior Achievement. She has also been a member of the National Association of Black Journalists, American Association of University Women (AAUW), Southeastern Employment and Training Association (SETA), Gulf Coast Association of Black Journalists (GCABJ), and various other organizations.