Summer School Director
Pamela was born in New Zealand and moved to the States in 1973. Her career has been primarily as a paralegal and in administrative support positions, and she worked a second job for the airlines for many years. Her retirement from Continental Airlines has given her and her husband Craig unlimited free air travel which they both enjoy very much. A couple of years ago Pamela and Craig moved to the Big Island of Hawaii where they had an acre of land and began building a house. Pamela enjoys all aspects of construction work, particularly custom tile work. Craig operates part of the house as a vacation rental while Pamela comes back to Salt Lake City fairly regularly to work at the school. Pamela enjoys the contrast between Hawaii and Utah and loves to spend time on the mainland visiting her two daughters and her grandsons. A little known fact about Pamela is that she produced, directed, filmed, narrated and edited a New Zealand Fly Fishing film in 1994.