Pamela Senzee is producer and founder of Quantum Matrix Radio. She is an artist, author, adventurer, and has been a peace, social justice and truth activist for over a decade. Pamela is also co-founder of Quantum Matrix Alternative Media, LLC which features Quantum Matrix Radio.
Pamela has logged in over 4000 miles as a trekker for truth, in 2012, along with a fellow activist, Pamela rode a bicycle across the North American Continent for the cause of Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth. Her book, Quantum Trek: a Post 9/11 Journey of Transformation, documents her experiences and a message of hope and insight gleaned from this epic sojourn.
Recently she completed a 440 mile walk with former police officer and criminal defense attorney David Meiswinkle. She and David are making a film documentary of the adventure Truth Walk: The Movie which will include interviews with many leaders in the truth, peace and liberty movements. Quantum Matrix Radio is based on the the most important and fundamental ingredient to lasting change, the faith that we can indeed tip this paradigm - so long as we believe we can!
Pamela has spoken at a number of events, ranging from Arizona State University’s yearly Global to Local Teach In and the Human Rights Day March in Phoenix, AZ to speaking at the National Mall in Washington DC during the 2013 March Against Drones. She has served as the global Action Groups Team coordinator for Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth and the 9/11 Twelfth Anniversary campaign coordinator for the ReThink911 global campaign
In 2007 she traveled to the Gulf Coast, recording 30 hrs. of footage documenting the slow recovery effort and donated this film to director Spike Lee.
Pam’s blog, art gallery, and podcast are dedicated to peaceful solutions in a post-9/11 world - all proceeds from her artwork and book royalties, sold from this site, go toward the and support advancement of her efforts to bring about world change for the better.
Pam with Dr. Cornel West in front of the White House after speaking at the National Mall and marching to the White House.