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Pamela Nebeker, visionary and creator of TalkAbout Productions has been an entrepreneur most of her

life.  Born in Washington State in 1960, she began working in the modeling entertainment industry at

age 11, with a short stint as a spokes model for PlayBoy International between 1979 and 1983.  As a

single mother raising 6 children she earned a living as an interior designer and real estate broker from

1989-2007.  She started TalkAbout Productions in 2007, coming full circle back into the entertainment

industry.

With TalkAbout productions, Pam’s vision began by seeing a way that she could help other

entrepreneurs, artists, realtors, non-profits, speakers, writers and other professionals express their

passion authentically.  Helping professionals connect with their target audience via the web, she

believes nothing is more powerful than when one speaks his/her own truth.

Today she spends her time telling the stories of ordinary people doing extraordinary things, changing

the world one person at a time.  Currently she’s working on a project that tells the story of courageous

women of Africa called the Witches of Ghana, exiled from their villages to the mountains of Ghana.

Women from different tribes that have been cast out thru no fault of their own and must learn to live

together dealing with nature, language barriers and isolation. Pam and her crew tell the women’s

stories, challenges and triumphs, as well as the stories of those trying to help them .

She resides in Salt Lake City, Utah with her husband Gaylen Nebeker, filmmaker and love of her life,

their 8 children and 4 grandchildren. For Pam all things are spiritual – our families, our homes, our work,

the earth. It's all sacred work.

www.TalkAboutProductions.com

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