Pam Campos-Palma is a transformative political strategist focused on national security, US/international politics and policy, building coalitions for racial and economic justice, and defeating white nationalism and wars at home and abroad.

A trusted adviser to lawmakers, think tanks, and campaigns, Pam is known for her visionary leadership and expertly bridging grassroots movements and grasstop policy worlds in the US and internationally. She has also diligently engaged transatlantic relationships to strengthen multi-racial democracies for more just and safe futures. A former military intelligence and anti-terrorism analyst, Pam has been an instrumental and powerful catalyst throughout the Trump era, significantly advancing the military and veteran community through leadership development, movement building for human and civil rights, and as a respected voice on civilian-military affairs.


Currently, Pam serves as Director of Peace & Security for the Working Families Party and leads Vets for the People, a healthy political home for anti-racist, anti-fascist veterans. She is a 2019 Atlantik-Brücke Young Leader alumna, name a "Top 40 Under 40 Latinos in Foreign Policy" by Huffington Post, and a Champion of Change by UN-NY. She is a Defense Council member of the Truman National Security Project, an Advisory Board member of Women of Color Advancing Peace and Security (WCAPS), and was a member of the 2019 Women’s March Steering Committee. Pam has been a featured expert on NBC, CNN, BBC, and NPR, among others and holds a Masters of Public Administration from NYU with a focus in International Policy and Management.



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