Pamela Nadav is a practicing Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner, Obstetrical Registered Nurse, UCLA certified Childbirth Educator, Women’s Health Lecturer, Hebrew and religious school teacher, and the author of L’Mazeltov as well as other educational topics, including Menopause. She has over 30 years of experience in Maternal Child Health nursing and over 12 years of experience as a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner. She has worked for several years specifically in Labor and Delivery and has taught for many years as a Childbirth Educator at local colleges, clinics, hospitals, and synagogues.

A graduate of the Harbor-UCLA Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner Program (1995), and the USC School of Nursing (1977), Pamela earned the Dean’s List throughout her college career. She earned her UCLA Childbirth Certification in 1983. Active in Jewish organizations throughout her youth, Pamela attended Jewish summer camps in California, including Camp Ramah and Camp Alonim at the Brandeis- Bardin Institute. Pamela went to Israel at age 18 years to study Hebrew, Judaic studies, and theater arts at the Tel Aviv University. She also lived on a kibbutz in Israel for one year as a Kibbutz Nurse in 1980. Years later, Pamela returned to Camp Alonim as Camp Nurse for several summers.

Pamela lives in Carlsbad, California with her husband, Yoav, and they enjoy grown children and a new generation of precious grandchildren. They love being “Saba and Savta” and bringing Jewish values into the lives of their family. The Mitzvah of L’Mazeltov is Pamela’s “dream come true” for Jewish expectant parents and their families.