Pamela Williams

Pamela Williams is National Correspondent for the Australian Financial Review.

Pamela Williams is an investigative journalist and was Editor-at-Large for The Australian Financial Review newspaper, writing investigative stories across politics and the corporate world for over 25 years. She is the author of the 1997 best-selling political campaign book, The Victory, and the 2013 best-seller, Killing Fairfax, which won the Walkley Book Award. She has won a total of six Walkley awards – including the Gold Walkley in 1998. She has also won the Graham Perkin Journalist of the Year award; the George Munster award; the Melbourne Press Club/Trawalla Arts Journalism award; the Citigroup Journalism Award and the Melbourne Press Club Quill award.

She has just taken a year out of journalism to begin work on a novel.