Pam Baker is the author of six books and hundreds of technology articles published in leading online and print publications including CIO.com, NetworkWorld, ComputerWorld, IT World, Linux World, CIO Update, Internet News, E-Commerce Times, MacNewsWorld, CRM Buyer, Inside CRM, LinuxInsider, TechNewsWorld, Success Magazine, CIO Today Magazine, NPTech News (nonprofits), MedTech Journal, I Six Sigma magazine, Wireless IQ, Telematics Journal, Enterprise I.T., SCI-Tech Today, Italian Linux Portal, Computer Sweden, NY Times, and Knight-Ridder/McClatchy newspapers, among many others. Her work is often translated and published in many countries.
A notable science writer, she has co-authored two upcoming books on biosciences: Global Health Case Study Project and The Better World Project, and her extensive coverage of health care issues is found in many publications; some are health industry oriented, others are mainstream consumer periodicals.
A prolific journalist, Baker often writes on many topics outside of technology and science. She is equally known for her work in business and finance (in leading publications such as Institutional Investor magazine, Georgia Trend magazine and McClatchy newspapers) and in lifestyles and women’s issues (such as Boomster.com, Rezoom.com, Woman’s Day, Divorce360.com, HER magazine and McClatchy newspapers). She is a leading writer in green issues for several publications on both the consumer and commercial fronts. Additionally, she has ghosted books and articles for industry leaders and universities on a wide variety of topics.
A former analyst for VisionGain Research, headquartered in London, Baker has conducted and authored several notable market studies covering the following topics: Convergence Trends, Apple in Wireless, Blackberry/RIM, Municipal Wireless Networks, and Yahoo! In Mobile. She has also served as a researcher, writer and managing editor for ABI Research, headquartered in New York.
Among other awards, Baker won international acclaim for her documentary on the paper-making industry, and is a member of the National Press Club (NPC), Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) and the Internet Press Guild (IPG).