About Pamela Hart

Pamela Hart

Pamela Hart can teach anyone to feel comfortable speaking in public. Looking for a speaker who is knowledgeable? Has energy? And teach your team the skills to engage their audience?  That’s Pamela Hart.

Her internationally recognized Release Your Voice program teaches people the skills to speak with confidence, clarity, and power, while engaging and charming their audiences.

The Release Your Voice program also addresses the public speaking fears that people endure.

Pamela has a Masters Degree from Harvard University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Non-Verbal behavior from the University of Missouri St. Louis. She is a graduate of Oxford University and has worked extensively with the Royal Shakespeare Company.

Trained in the art of public speaking, presentation and the use of words she has 20 years experience on the stage and screen in New York and throughout North America. Pamela has appeared in PI directed by Darren Aronofsky (The Wrestler) and on the television shows Law and Order, Third Watch, All My Children, and One Life to Live.

Unlike many public speaking programs, Release Your Voice works with individuals natural abilities and vocal power to help them create the voice they and others want to hear.

Release Your Voice clients include: HSBC, VanCity, YMCA, BC Ferries, Musson Cattell Mackey, McKesson Provider Technologies, Global NAI, The Freelance Legal Centre, Successful Contracting and Consulting and Langara College.

Meeting planners recommend Pamela because she understands public speaking, business AND she’s fun. Audiences enjoy listening to her. Meeting planners give rave reviews because groups want to listen. As a result, they learn. They get practical public speaking skills and information they can begin using right away.


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