Pam (Cohen) Hackenmiller has been managing editor of Global Sisters Report since August 2015. Previously, she spent three and a half years as the National Catholic Reporter's web editor. A 2009 graduate of the University of Missouri, Pam has a background in copy editing and page design. She came to NCR in October 2011 after two years at The Beaumont Enterprise, a Hearst newspaper in Texas. She and her husband, Ryan, live in Kansas City, Missouri, with their two sons.

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