Radio Host, Author, Interfaith Liaison
January 20th, 2009 Washington D.C.

Pam Morris was the guiding light for twenty years of the world's largest free-admission Gospel Music Festival . After 20 years of event planning in the Mayor's Office of Special Events, June 30, 2009 Pam ended an era in her life in city goverment and stepped into a new chapter focusing on family, community, youth projects & health.

"Thank you " our WVON listeners for allowing me the opportunity to inspire you and make your day, during our weekly Sunday broadcast!

We will always keep in our prayers the entire HAWKINS FAMILY in the lost of Bishop Walter Hawkins, and Pastor Marvin Sapp in the lost of his wife, Dr. MaLinda Sapp and the family of the late Bishop Kenneth Moales and all the family and friends of the Queen of Gospel Music-Dr. Albertina Walker and the Brazier Family and the Apostolic Church of God in the loss of Bishop Arthur M. Brazier, and Uncle Sherman Washington from the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, and so many more.
Pam Morris
Pam Morris completed 20 years of event planning in the Office of Special Events for the City of Chicago on June 30, 2009, and served as the guiding light of the world's largest free-admission Gospel Music Festival. Appointed to this role in 1989 by Mayor Richard M. Daley, Pam Morris attracted top national and local talent and drew an audience from across the nation booking more than 2,000 Gospel groups and was instrumental in attracting corporate sponsors to underwrite the cost of the annual event.