As Director of the Administrative Core, Pamela Redmon oversees comprehensive administrative, fiscal and program support for the Georgia State TCORS. Ms. Redmon has years of executive experience leading large multidisciplinary programs, and her role at Georgia State includes operational management, personnel and program management, finance and administration, core and project functions, internal and external relations, communications, and program monitoring and evaluation.
Pamela also serves as the Executive Director of the Emory Global Health Institute – China Tobacco Control Partnership (GHI-CTP). The GHI-CTP was established in 2008 through a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to reduce the health, social, environmental, and economic burden of tobacco use in China. The program provides funding to selected cities to establish comprehensive local tobacco control programs and to 5 universities to create research and tobacco control resource centers. The GHI-CTP also collaborates with other international and in-country partners on various tobacco control initiatives in China, including smoke-free worksites, smoke-free homes and mhealth cessation projects.
Before leading GHI-CTP’s efforts, Redmon was the Executive Director of the Tobacco Technical Assistance Consortium (TTAC). She successfully led the TTAC to a credible and sustainable position as the recognized training and technical assistance provider for the national tobacco control movement. Through seed funding from the CDC’s Division of Diabetes Translation, Pamela also established and led the Diabetes Training and Technical Assistance Center (DTTAC). Prior to leading TTAC and DTTAC, she served as TTAC’s Director of Evaluation and Information Services.
Redmon holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from Clemson University. She earned a Master in Public Health (MPH) degree from Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health.