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Pamela Rosenstein

Pamela Rosenstein manages the development of multipart series and tent pole productions for NOVA and the WGBH Science Unit.  She supervises the development pipeline of projects for foundation and government funding, overseeing concept development, fundraising strategies, proposal development, and stewardship of strategic partnerships.

She began her public television career at WNET in New York City, working on the arts and culture series, American Masters, as a researcher and associate producer on biographical films on such iconic figures as Norman Rockwell and Ella Fitzgerald. She also worked on several PBS miniseries, including America on Wheels, a cultural history of the automobile. She then served as Manager of Documentary Productions at Vulcan Productions, the Seattle-based independent production company established by Microsoft co-founder, Paul Allen. Credits include several miniseries co-produced by Vulcan Productions and the WGBH Science Unit, including Evolution and the Emmy-award winning series Rx for Survival, as well as other major PBS projects, such as Martin Scorsese’s The Blues and National Geographic’s Strange Days on Planet Earth.

She received a B.A. with High Honors in English from Oberlin College.

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