Pamela has been a part of the L.A. Dance family for over 20 years. Pamela began dancing at the age of 3 and has been a member of the L.A. Dance Competetive Ensemble since the age of 9. As a member of L.A.C.E. Pamela has performed at Madison Square Garden for the Maccabi Games, Disney’s Magic Kingdom and for various charitable organizations. Pamela left Staten Island to attend college at the University at Buffalo where she received a B.S. in Exercise Science. While away at school Pamela continued to study modern and ballet with a minor in dance as well as performed in the student choreographed “Dancer’s Workshop.”
From her dance training Pamela was inspired and intrigued by the science of movement has pursued a career in physical therapy. Pamela graduated from the University of Medicine and Dentistry in 2007 with a Doctoral degree in Physical Therapy. Unable to give up her passion for teaching dance and choreographing, Pamela continues as a member of the L.A. Dance staff. Pamela teaches Tap, Jazz, Ballet, Lyrical and Contemporary Dance. Pamela has been honored at several Regional Competitions with Judges choice, Choreography and High Scoring routine awards. Seeing how much dance has positively influenced Pamela’s life, she is excited to pass her love for the art of dance onto her students.