Pamela Elaine Nichols is a motivational speaker and resilience coach. She shows women how to feel “good enough” after a broken relationship. While wife and mother, she put the wants and needs of family first and ignored her own. This practice led to a breakdown and a marital breakup. Desperate to find a breakthrough to emotional and spiritual recovery, she discovered how to live a resilient. She is living proof that a resilient woman can be happier, have less stress, and more success.
Before she started speaking and coaching, Pamela Elaine made important contributions to health care during her extensive career in management. As Program Director at the University of Pennsylvania Health System, she conceptualized, designed and created a diabetic eye disease prevention program that gained community-wide attention and an opportunity to present at a national conference. Her work was published in a peer-reviewed journal. While Program Officer at The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, she developed a strategic set of guidelines that became part of a multi-million dollar diabetes program. During her work as Director of Community Relations at Virtua Health of South Jersey, Pamela Elaine reorganized the department to better serve the community’s health needs. Using her analytical problem-solving skills, Pamela Elaine identified opportunities to save United Concordia – one of the largest dental companies in the U.S. - six-figure savings by identifying inefficient and costly business processes.
Pamela Elaine has been a guest on numerous radio and news spots to promote health, happiness and success for women. She appeared on The Dr. Oz Show to share her story about building her business as a healthy way to bounce back after divorce. She is an author. Her book, Muddy High Heels: 14 Lessons Learned From My Breakdown, Breakup and Breakthrough, reveals what holds women back from feeling good enough, and teaches lessons to live authentically.
In addition to a passion for empowering women, Pamela Elaine is a singer/songwriter and produces inspirational videos. One of her songs was the theme for a radio program on 900AM WURD, Philadelphia. She co-produced an original 3-part series on divorce recovery that aired on public television.
Pamela Elaine is a Certified Six Sigma Black Belt in business process improvement, a triathlete, and half-marathoner. She is a proud native of Los Angeles, holding a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Biology from California State University at Northridge and a Master of Health Sciences Degree from The Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health.
She is a mother of four and resides outside of Philadelphia, PA.