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Pamela Ritchie regularly interviews financial and political heavyweights like ex-PM Paul Martin and Jack Dorsey, Founder/Chairman of Twitter
Pamela loves finding the story behind the numbers on BNN's "The Street". She is a business journalist, middle east affectionado, and a brand-new piano player.
Pledge your volunteer hours with her and see firsthand how she does it all!
Commercial for BNN's "The Street"
Pamela Ritchie is a journalist working at Business News Network. She co-anchors "The Street" airing daily from 7a-9a ET and delivers reports on the Pharmaceutical and Healthcare sectors for the network.
Pamela regularly interviews Canadian and International heavyweights in the financial and political realm, including Mark Carney, current Governor of the Bank of England, former Canadian Prime Minister, Paul Martin and founder and Chairman of Twitter, Jack Dorsey. Prior to joining BNN, Pamela worked as host of Dubai's evening business radio show "Business Tonight". Previously, she was morning news anchor for CHUM radio stations in Ontario.
Pamela also spent several years living in Cairo while doing a Masters in Middle East Politics. She volunteers at Sick Kids Hospital, is a bookworm and lives in Toronto with her family.
Bidders on this auction must be able to get themselves to Toronto to receive the reward. Rewards also cannot be redeemed between the dates of May 8th and May 18th, 2014.
Eat a healthy lunch with Pamela at the BNN
Enjoy a healthy lunch with Pamela and up to two other bidders at the BNN studio on 299 Queen Street West. Tour the location and feel free to ask Pamela questions about her show, who she's interviewed, or her past work in the middle east.