Pamela Bingham began her higher education at BYU. One year later, she moved to Cleveland with her husband so he could attend dental school. During this time she continued her education at Cleveland State University and John Carroll University. While raising a family, she occasionally worked full time while continuing with her course work as best as possible. She worked minimally as a substitute teacher, and as a property manager for 22 years with both residential and commercial interests. Bingham has also enjoyed serving in numerous callings in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Twenty years later, she returned to BYU and completed her BA in English and geography. “The process,” says Bingham “which took two decades for me, was beneficial in that I learned to love learning.” This love was passed on to her children as they watched their mother fully engaged in obtaining her education. Bingham enjoys volunteering in the family homeless shelter near her home and is currently serving in the Young Women organization. Bingham and her husband, Tad, also a BYU alumnus, are the parents of four children.
September 11, 2009