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Pamela  Odom
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Present          Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership, Grand Canyon University

2008              Masters of Education in Education Administration, Grand Canyon University 

1994              Associate of Science in Nursing, Bishop State Community College    

1987              Bachelor of Science in Secondary Business Education, University of South Alabama        

1982              John S. Shaw High School


Ms. Odom has more than 20 years of teaching experience. She is a Business Education teacher and has served in many capacities throughout her teaching career. In addition to teaching, Ms. Odom has served as Twilight School Coordinator, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Advisor, Department Chairperson, High Schools That Work Coordinator, Building Based Student Support Teams (BBSST) Co-facilitator, and Lead Teacher for Business and Finance Academy. She has also served as Program Site Coordinator for several after school and summer tutoring programs.

In 1982, Ms. Odom graduated from John S. Shaw High School in Mobile, Alabama. She continued her education at the University of South Alabama, obtaining a B.S. in Secondary Business Education. Later, she pursued an A.S. in Nursing and a M.S. in Education Administration. Ms. Odom is currently working toward a doctoral degree in Organizational Leadership with an emphasis in Organizational Development.

Ms. Odom has a passion for self-empowerment and enjoys speaking to women and teenage girls to encourage them to become their best self. This is done by encouraging them to change their self-talk so that they know they are brilliant, beautiful, amazing, and talented individuals who do not need to fear being their authentic self. FEAR is simply an acronym for false elusions appearing real.

Ms. Odom enjoys traveling, shopping, reading, going to the spa, the beach and the movies.


“Always be a first-rate version of yourself, instead of a second-rate version of somebody else.”

Judy Garland

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