Pamela Bevier, Ph.D., M.P.H

Pamela Bevier lives in New York City and San Antonio, Texas.  She is currently a board member of Agnes Scott College, a women’s liberal arts college in Atlanta, where she has helped to initiate a CDC internship and a minor in public health.  Pamela is also on the board of the August Aichhorn Center, a residential treatment facility for adolescents in New York City, and is a board member of the Bevier-Elting Family Association, a subsidiary of the Huguenot Historical Society in New Paltz, NY.

Pamela has a B.A. from Agnes Scott College, an M.A. from Berkeley, and a Ph.D. from Columbia University in French.  She taught French language and literature at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and at Fordham University in New York, but later chose to pursue a career in public health.  After obtaining an M.P.H. at Columbia Mailman School of Public Health, she worked as a consultant at UNFPA and then as a research epidemiologist in the AIDS Unit of the New York City Department of Health and at the Health Science Center of the University of Texas in San Antonio.