Dr. Pine’s keynote speaking and conference engagements, and creative and interactive presentations, engage and inspire. Evaluations of her education and training programs typically yield such reviews: “Excellent”, “Just want I needed”, “Very knowledgeable”, and much more!

Summary Speaking Engagements and Keynotes

  • Institute on Violence, Abuse and Trauma (annually, continuing for over 15 years)

  • ISPCAN Conference 2020 in Doha, Qatar
  • First African Conference on CSA – Kenya

  • Seventh Annual Interdisciplinary Public Relations Research Conference (“Top 3 paper”)

  • Scotland Child Protection Conference

  • Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAP) KEYNOTE

  • Judicial Council of California – KEYNOTE to Judges

  • UNFPA, UNICEF, WHO, World Bank, other UN groups

  • Prince George’s County Department of Education (DoEd)

  • Prince George’s County Department of Social Services (DSS)

  • United States Agency for International Development (USAID)

  • UK Parliament, House of Commons – KEYNOTE/ON PANEL

  • UN Working Group on Girls – KEYNOTE

  • The DC Brave, Bold & Unstoppable Women’s Summit, 2022 (highlighting an inspiring life)

The information at this conference and others is also presented in a comprehensive article expected to be published in 2022: Pine, P., Maresala Thomson, A., Chan, E., Stevelos, J., Wagers, S. (in final review). Speak Up – Stop the Silence®: Research and Focus on Worldwide, Comprehensive Child Sexual Abuse Prevention, Treatment, and Mitigation. Journal of Advanced Research in Social Sciences.

Dr. Pine presenting at the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAP) Conference, 2017.

This was taken in 2016 during a major conference about African business development.

Dr. Pine has addressed audiences of thousands in lecture halls and in the community. Here she is at the Race to Stop the Silence®, an event that she planned and orchestrated for 10 years, using her original and award-winning research (with Dr. Bey Ling Sha) that addressed how to “raise awareness about an issue that no one wants to talk about.”

Dr. Pine spoke as the chosen charity presenter representing the Combined Federal Campaign at a Navy CFC event at the Pentagon in 2018. With Mr. Bill O’Donnell, Department of the Navy, Assistant for Administration; Jillian Short, Mrs. Downtown DC America; Mr. Tom Dee, Vice Director Navy Staff; and Mr. Steve Grozinski, Director Administration and Resource Management Division, Headquarters, USMC

Audience at Pamela’s speaking engagement at University of Maryland 2015 – standing room only!

Examples of Upcoming/Prior Speaking Engagements

Yearly presentations at IVAT Summits in Honolulu, HI and San Diego, CA
Issues related to childhood trauma as well as violence and culture
February 2020, Doha, Qatar
Model for Worldwide CSA Prevention and Mitigation
September 2020, Milan, Italy
IHCHSS 2020 Conference
Model CSA Programming
May 2019 Cortland NY
NYSPHA Annual Meeting & Conference
Joining Together in a Global Movement toward the Prevention and Mitigation of Child Sexual Abuse
April 2019 Hawaii
IVAT Summit
Preliminary Results of a Child Sexual Abuse Comprehensive Prevention and Mitigation Program in New Zealand
April 2019 New Zealand
Second Training for Service Providers
Front-line Providers, Psychologists, Social Workers, and other Therapists, Part of a Comprehensive Model for CSA Prevention and Mitigation
September 2018 Chicago
Global SAFE Conference on Human Trafficking, as well as IVAT Summit
Joining Together in a Global Movement toward the Prevention and Mitigation of Child Sexual Abuse
August 2017 Arlington, VA
SNAP Conference
Developing and Rolling Out a Comprehensive International Education and Training Model for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Sexual Abuse with Governments and Others
July 2016 London
House of Commons, Parliment
Developing a Comprehensive CSA Prevention and Mitigation Program
2008 Long Beach CA
Judicial Council of California /Juvenile Law Institute Conference
Child Sexual Abuse, Policy, Judicial Action
September 2006 Ithaca
Cornell Institute of Public Affairs, Cornell University
Stop the Silence®-The Need for Social, Policy, and Legal Action Regarding Child Sexual Abuse