Six-time Emmy award winning journalist Pamela Silva Conde is co-anchor of the Univision Network’s weekday newsmagazine “Primer Impacto” (First Impact), one of the highest-rated programs in the United States. Since she joined the show in 2011, she has covered major national and international news stories; including every angle of the terrorist attack at the Boston marathon, live from Boston, as well as Pope Francis’s visits to the United States and Mexico. Among her many awards and honors, in 2018 Silva Conde was named by the Latin GRAMMY organization to the “Leading Ladies” roster of women who have made significant contributions to the entertainment industry. She has been a panelist on ABC’s “The View” and was recognized by “People en Español” as one of the 25 most powerful Hispanic women in the U.S., and earlier was included in their “50 Más Bellos” (“50 Most Beautiful”) edition.
In 2013 she established the “Pamela Silva Conde Scholarship” benefitting first-generation, low-income college students. She is a member of the board of directors of Amigos for Kids, a nonprofit organization dedicated to preventing child abuse and neglect, and is a national volunteer and spokesperson for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. She was also chosen to be part of the inaugural class of the “Women Leadership Council” at Univision, where she now spearheads the speaker series.
Silva Conde graduated with honors from Florida International University with a degree in Broadcast Journalism, and subsequently went on to acquire a graduate certificate in Bilingual Communications from St. Thomas University. In 2012 she received a Master’s Degree in Business Administration (MBA) from Florida International University.
Pamela is 37 years of age, born in Lima, Peru.