Pamela Brinson has been a native of
Delray Beach for 42 years. Pamela has seen many changes in the City of Delray and has many concerns for the preservation of its rich culture. Pamela has been very active in the community without any public recognition because she understands the hardships and struggles of life in the inner city. Pamela’s philosophy has been to give back to her community and has decided to run for City Commissioner seat #4 to become a bridge between the Eastside and the Westside of the City of Delray Beach.
Pamela is an active member and
sits on the board of Delray Mothers’ Against Violence who has been advocating for the community to stop the gun violence in our neighborhoods, educating our youth by establishing mentorship programs, and empowering the community by stimulating economic growth and business development.
Pamela is a recent graduate of
Lynn University where she was an active member of the Law and Justice Club. Pamela majored in American Studies and minored in Psychology, under the direction and mentorship of Dr. Robert Watson.
Pamela was also active on the successful campaign for Senator Chris Smith. Pamela is new to the political arena and wishes to bring fresh and positive changes as it concerns all of the constituents of Delray Beach, young and old, rich and poor.
She was born to the late
Damon Brinson Jr. and Dorothy Hoggins. Pamela’s mother worked for over 25 years in banking and was a graduate of FAU. Pamela gave her life to Christ and joined Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church at the age of eight. Pamela has fellowshipped at many churches however; her roots are with Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church. Pamela is a single mother of two children Damar 17 and Destiny 8; who both attend Village Academy in Delray Beach.