Known as “The Face of Dignity For Incarcerated Women”, Pamela Winn is an activist from Atlanta, GA who studied Biology at Spelman College, obtained three post-secondary degrees in Nursing, and worked more than 10 years as a Registered Nurse specializing in Women’s Health prior to serving a 78-month federal sentence for a white-collar crime while pregnant.
Winn is a co-founder of the Formerly Incarcerated Graduates Network and the GA Chapter of Higher Education in Prison which both promote higher education of convicted people. Pamela Winn is the founder of RestoreHER US.America, a policy advocacy organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of justice-impacted women.
Recognized by Forbes 50 over 50 Impact List, Winn is a national leader in policy passing the Dignity Bill in 21 states. Winn is a 2019 Soros Justice Fellow, has been invited to the White House, and has received numerous fellowships, accolades, and awards.