Family values and hard work were instilled in Pamela as a child. Born in New York City, Pamela’s father first worked as a carpenter, studied Theology and Divinity, and became a minister. Her mother worked for many years full-time as a nurse while also cleaning houses part-time. Her family later relocated to North Carolina.
By 1989, Pamela was married and a mother of two before she graduated from high school. Despite her disadvantage as a divorced mother of three, she entered a four-year college in 1993. Pamela successfully completed her undergraduate studies in 1997 at Elizabeth City State University. Buoyed by the teachings of her parents who modeled resilient character, Pamela earned her Juris Doctorate Degree from law School in 2013.
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Why I Am Running
I have a deep passion to serve. I have always been a results-driven, no excuses, problem solver. People want results and I must deliver. I am a conservative that will take action, work hard, and bring people together.
I believe overcoming challenges through FAITH, with FAMILY will secure our FUTURE! The 46th district has an empty seat waiting for new leadership. This district is seeking a leader who is not afraid to face challenges. This leader will deeply think through situations and argue more vigorously for the under-represented and over-taxed citizens of the 46th district. This leader will guide the families who strive to change the lives of their children, whether increasing citizen’s liberties or educating them on personal responsibilities. District 46 needs a passionate leader who will hear the hearts of the district and execute a plan that will rekindle the FAITH in the district, strengthen the FAMILY, and secure the FUTURE.
- 2014 - Recognized by the National Federation of Republican Women and the Alabama Federation of Republican Women for having the most volunteer hours
- 2012 - Campaigned for Alabama Republican candidates, by coordinating a fundraiser with guest speaker Artur Davis for Jefferson County candidates
- 2012 - Featured in New York Times’ article during the Presidential Election, acknowledging her party and her ethnicity in an effort to embrace more minorities and their conservative beliefs
- 2012 - Served as an Alabama Delegate for Newt Gingrich, and Alternate Delegate for the Republican National Convention
- Current - Member of the ALGOP, National Federation of Republican Women, Minority Chair for Greater Birmingham Republican Women, a participant with ALMGOP and the Mid-Alabama Republican Club
- Current - President of Over the Mountain Business and Professional Women
- Current – Member of the Alabama Baptist Convention