About The Author
Paméla Tate-Roger is a mother, a travel consultant, former early childhood educator/director of school, survivor, dare-devil, member of the Delta Delta Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated and she is a permanent resident of the best city in the world, San Francisco, CA.
She is a graduate of San Francisco State University and earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. She completed her graduate studies in Humanities and Leadership with an emphasis in Early Childhood Education at Sonoma State University after attending New College of California's Teach-Out process. Paméla is currently writing about being a parent, self-discovery, embracing scars (both tangible and intangible), cancer, women’s causes, and life after grief.
She is the mother of three children, and one bonus child. One child is a graduate of the University of San Francisco, another child is a graduate of Faulkner University, one child is a freshman in college and the last child is a senior at an arts high school. Of her children, two them have been diagnosed with learning differences, one is a regular learner, and the other has been classified as gifted. One of the best lessons that she has instilled in her children is there is no greater gift that they can give than to support someone in need. Paméla is an advocate for children and diversity in education. She has served on the San Francisco Childcare Planning Advisory Council and she has been working in education for eighteen years.
Paméla has taught and/or provided academic support at multiple learning levels including: preschool, elementary school, middle school, high school, and college. She enjoys learning, story telling, traveling, sharing time with her children and daughter-in laws. Most importantly she is a work in progress and understands that everyday is a winding road but she is determined to smile her way through it.