Pamela Hamm

SARE Director and CSM Coordinator


Pamela Hamm joined the Robinson Lab as The SARE Director in 2023 bringing with her 30 years of teaching experience and a strong commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.  Pamela directs the SARE program, including interacting with community partners to identify our stellar SARE scholars, overseeing the admissions process, and developing and executing the curriculum. She also coordinates the CSM Initiative, which is our umbrella pathway program. 

Most recently, Pamela served as the Academic Technology Coordinator at The Boys’ Latin School of Maryland where she was enthusiastic about equipping students with the tools and knowledge required to thrive in our digital age. Apart from her role at Boys’ Latin School of Maryland, Pamela was a Curriculum Designer, Community Outreach and Engagement, and Academic Dean for CTY/BES at the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth. In this capacity, she developed differentiated instruction strategies for gifted and talented learning curriculum in language arts, science, and computer science, and fostered positive relationships with community member stakeholders. Pamela is zealous about educational technology and leverages web-based resources, technology software, multimedia technologies, and instructional strategies to develop and revise curriculum in order to better serve neurodiverse student populations. She likes to stay up-to-date on best practices in research and digital literacy education and has participated in professional training recently through The National History Day Program and Gilder Lehrman’s Hamilton Education Program.

As an experienced educator and consultant, Pamela has devoted her career to developing innovative programs that enhance academic growth and promote problem-solving skills in students. In 2015, she founded an education consulting firm based in Baltimore, Maryland with the intention of offering students more affordable summer learning options with differentiated curriculum tailored to their unique needs.  She firmly believes in empowering ALL students to take charge of their academic and professional futures and is dedicated to helping them succeed in all their endeavors. 

Originally from Northwestern Pennsylvania, Pamela has made Baltimore City her home for the last 18 years with her husband and two children.  When not working, she also enjoys spending time at home with her family and traveling to New York City to take in Broadway shows.