Pamela Boykoff is a field producer based in CNN's Asia Pacific headquarters in Hong Kong. She has been with CNN since 2004.
Pamela Boykoff is a field producer based in CNN's Asia Pacific headquarters in Hong Kong. Based in Asia since 2004, she's covered many of the region's most important stories including the devastating earthquake in Nepal, the rise of Hong Kong's Umbrella Movement and the disappearance of flight MH370. She was a part of CNN's award-winning team in the Philippines reporting on the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan.
As a field producer, she's tackled difficult stories in an extensive list of countries including China, Vietnam, Malaysia, India, the Philippines, France, and Ukraine. In 2011, she received an Asian Television Award with correspondent Sara Sidner for their story about a young Bangladeshi boy who turned in a street gang that was brutalizing children and forcing them to beg.
In addition to covering breaking news, Pamela has substantial experience covering business and economics issues, including the impact of the 2008 financial crisis on China's factory belt. Prior to moving to Hong Kong, she was based at CNN in London where she produced live news and business programming. She began her career in 2004 at the international desk in CNN's Atlanta headquarters.
Pamela graduated Summa Cum Laude from Yale University with a degree in history.