Pam was born and raised in DeKalb County
Club: Played club soccer around the Atlanta area (state champions one year).
High School: Played high school soccer at Clarkston High School here in DeKalb County (started all 4 years, team captain senior year).
College: Played college soccer at Berry College (on the team that won the ’87 NAIA National Championship). Pam also played club soccer at GA Tech.
Amateur: Played several years and was on the GA Amateur state select team for two years.
Pam started coaching as a sophomore in high school. She coached a co-ed recreation for two years with DYSA, then a girls Athena team for one year with Datagraphic. After college, Pam coached a recreational boys U10 team. Then she combined that team with a few others for a select level team at U11 for DDY. Pam coached that team through U19 when the boys graduated from high school (the last two years at TYSA). Three of the boys played on the collegiate level at LaGrange, Appalachian State, and Winthrop. Pam has been coaching her children at TYSA since 2006, currently coaching in TYSA’s Academy program. Pam is also serving as the Academy Program Vice President at TYSA.
USSF “B” coaching license
USSF National Youth Coaching License.
Pam has a physics degree from Berry College and an Electrical Engineering Degree from Georgia Tech.
Pam is a Software and Digital Engineering Manager at the Antenna Systems division of ViaSat, Inc.