Pam has 20+ years in college and career counseling at top high schools in the LA area. Her work guiding students and families won her Counselor of the Year at the district level. Pam provides support to her students from course selection, Dual and Concurrent Enrollment, career research and college admissions.
My passion is college counseling and working with families to navigate through the college admission process. Growing up, my family stressed the importance of education. Both of my parents were not educated in the United States and were unable to assist me with the college process. I’m excited to make the college admissions journey a seamless and enjoyable experience for my students and families.
By keeping an open mind and remaining flexible, I can alter my counseling to best fit the needs of my students and their families. My empathy and personality make me approachable to my students and comfortable to work with.
When I’m not working with my students, I appreciate time spent with my husband and three children. I enjoy watching my girls play volleyball and my son play football. We especially love going to the LA Rams and LA Charger games.
- Master of Science in Educational Counseling, National University
- Pupil Personnel Services Credential in School Counseling, National University
- Bachelor of Arts in Communications, California State University, Fullerton
- American School Counselor Association
- California Association of School Counselors
“I just want to say thank you so very much for being there for me and going that extra mile to make things happen for me. I wouldn’t have been able to get this far without your help, patience and encouragement. Thank you, thank you, thank you!”
“I appreciate all that you have done for me these past few years! Your insight is always so valuable and you always do what is best for my given situation. Ultimately, I couldn’t ask for a more passionate and caring counselor.”
– Yeleana R.
“Thank you for always being very responsive and genuinely caring for the best outcome for the students. You were my oldest daughter’s counselor as well and you always made time for us.”