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Pam Tauscher worked as a news reporter and broadcaster for over 20 years before leaving the business in 2009 to spend more time as a mom. Pam came to Madison in 1990 and worked as a News Anchor at NBC15 for 12 years. It was there Pam met and married sports broadcaster Craig Coshun. Together they have two boys and live in the Madison area. In her career Pam won numerous awards for reporting excellence. But she says her most challenging and rewarding work comes in her current role as CEO of her family. Pam also writes a popular parenting column found each month in the Wisconsin State Journal, and is active in community programs like Little League and the Henry Vilas Zoo and is an advocate for adopting homeless animals.
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