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PAMELA MARY THOMAS

Background

  • THOMAS, PAMELA MARY was born on July 16, 1937 in Hamilton, New Zealand.

  • Education

    • Auckland Tech Institute, New Zealand, 1955-1956, Diploma Journalism. University per Stranieri, Italy, 1965, Diploma Italian Language(s). University of S Pacific, Fiji, 1977-1979, Bachelor of Arts Geography/Communications.

      Australian National University, 1979-1981, Doctor of Philosophy Geography/Communications. Spoken languages: English, Italian, Kiswahili.

    Career

    • Regional Advisor, Communication & Training, East Asia & Pacific Regional Office(s), United Nations Children's Fund since 1989. Senior Rch Fellow, National Centre for Development Studies, Australian National University, 1983-1989. Rch Fellow/ Lecturer, Institute of Pacific Studies, University of South Pacific, Fiji, 1979-1983.

      Senior Lecturer, Development Communications, Nyegezi Training Centre, United Republic of Tanzania, 1973-1977. Programme Director, School Broadcasts, Sierra Leone Broadcasting Service, 1969-1972. Programme Producer, Current Affairs, British Broadcasting Corporation(s), United Kingdom, 1966-1969.

      Programme Producer, Current Affairs, New Zealand Broadcasting Corporation(s), 1961-1965. News Editor, New Zealand Herald.

    Membership

    Member Australian Institute of International Affairs. Asian Studies Association of Australia. Institute of Australian Geographers.

    Personality

    Interests

    Development, communications, economic development, development research & training, health education. Music, literature, skiing, gardening.

    Connections

    • Spouse Graham, National of New Zealand.
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    Born July 16, 1937
    Nationality

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