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Pamela Conley Ulich is honored to live life to the fullest, with purpose and service. She has a passion for helping others and believes as many people say: "You make a living by what you get and a life by what you give.”

She has always been someone who questions the status quo - someone who stands for what she believes in. From a young age, Pam has challenged the system. Back in the early 70's, she was one of the first girls to play in an all Boys Baseball League. While more common today, Pam was a trailblazer and that spirit can be seen in her book.

After being told she would lose the City Council race by a Planning Commissioner, ran for office and was one of the youngest people elected to serve on the Malibu City Council in 2004, and was re-elected in 2008.

Prior to being elected, Pamela was legal counsel for both the Directors Guild of America and the Screen Actors Guild. She tried to balance her work at the Union and raising two children and asked to work part-time. The Union Boss refused the request and stated, "Your request for part-time would set a dangerous precedent. If you go part-time, then everyone will want to go part-time. Your request is denied. Nothing personal."

The Hood takes aim at the struggles of the motherhood and encourages all moms - whether they be stay at home, working and/or part-time mothers to Mom Up and develop a manifesto for making your life and your community better - whether it be working part-time, running for office, PTA or simply planting a garden, the most important thing you can do is show your kids that you care and that you CAN!

According to Emily Belanger, "Pamela's passion, commitment and energy are an inspiration. While most of us might say, "Someone should do something about.... (insert an issue here - whether it be protecting California's coast, advocating for children, etc.)," Pamela BECOMES that someone!!! She is a nexus for connections and growth among many different communities."

Pamela loves nature, working out with her Malibu tribe, swimming and surfing in the ocean, planting gardens and watching her two young children grow. She hikes in Malibu, travels the world, and is an advocate for community causes and the underdog.

She co-founded Malibu Green Machine, Malibu Task Force on Homelessness, Malibu Community Assistance and Resource Team, is active in Childhelp USA and created "Moms-Pod.com" blog by Moms, for Moms, to simply help Moms!  
Pamela Conley Ulich is honored to live life to the fullest, with purpose and service. She has a passion for helping others and believes as many people say: "You make a living by what you get and a life by what you give.”


She has always been someone who questions the status quo - someone who stands for what she believes in. From a young age, Pam has challenged the system. Back in the early 70's, she was one of the first girls to play in an all Boys Baseball League. While more common today, Pam was a trailblazer and that spirit can be seen in her book.


After being told she would lose the City Council race by a Planning Commissioner, ran for office and was one of the youngest people elected to serve on the Malibu City Council in 2004, and was re-elected in 2008.


Prior to being elected, Pamela was legal counsel for both the Directors Guild of America and the Screen Actors Guild. She tried to balance her work at the Union and raising two children and asked to work part-time. The Union Boss refused the request and stated, "Your request for part-time would set a dangerous precedent. If you go part-time, then everyone will want to go part-time. Your request is denied. Nothing personal."


The Hood takes aim at the struggles of the motherhood and encourages all moms - whether they be stay at home, working and/or part-time mothers to Mom Up and develop a manifesto for making your life and your community better - whether it be working part-time, running for office, PTA or simply planting a garden, the most important thing you can do is show your kids that you care and that you CAN!


According to Emily Belanger, "Pamela's passion, commitment and energy are an inspiration. While most of us might say, "Someone should do something about.... (insert an issue here - whether it be protecting California's coast, advocating for children, etc.)," Pamela BECOMES that someone!!! She is a nexus for connections and growth among many different communities."


Pamela loves nature, working out with her Malibu tribe, swimming and surfing in the ocean, planting gardens and watching her two young children grow. She hikes in Malibu, travels the world, and is an advocate for community causes and the underdog.


She co-founded Malibu Green Machine, Malibu Task Force on Homelessness, Malibu Community Assistance and Resource Team, is active in Childhelp USA and created Team Love to combat money in politics and "Moms-Pod.com" blog by Moms, for Moms, to simply help Moms!