Pamela Espinosa de los Monteros, DJA Consultant, has more than 15 years of experience developing educational programs, non-profit initiatives, and leadership workshops that promote global citizenship and intercultural exchange. As a bilingual/bicultural information professional, she has supported international research initiatives, developed award-winning K-12 educational curriculum, and served as senior project manager in corporate, private, and higher education settings in the United States and Mexico.
Pamela currently serves as Assistant Professor and Latin American Studies Librarian at The Ohio State University with a courtesy appointment in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese. Her research focuses on knowledge equity and the internationalization of the curriculum. As a former public librarian with the San Diego County Library and the Sedona Public Library, she oversaw year-round educational and cultural library programming for youth, teens, and adults that resulted in expanded services to diverse and at-risk communities.
Pamela received a BA from the University of San Diego, an MS in Library and Information Science from Syracuse University, and a Certificate in Binational Business Administration from the Instituto Technológico Autónomo de México (ITAM). She is the recipient of a Fulbright Garcia Robles Binational Business Fellowship. She was also awarded The Ohio State University 2017 Distinguished Diversity Enhancement Award, selected the Latinx & Latin American Space for Enrichment and Research 2016 Latino Role Models Day Keynote Speaker, and received the 2018 University Libraries Annual Teaching Award.