Meet Ms. Pamela Dingle

Ms. Pamela Dingle, Executive Director, has held a long-term career in public, charter and private school education which spans a 36-year period. Ms. Dingle completed a Bachelor of Science in Special Education at Tuskegee University, a Master of Science in Special Education at Butler University, and an Education Specialist in Education Leadership at West Georgia University.

During her career, Ms. Dingle served as an Elementary, Middle and High School Special Education Teacher and as a local school Assistant Principal and Principal at the Middle School and Elementary Level respectively. Ms. Dingle then served as Director of Curriculum for Cobb County School District, the 25th largest district in the United States and the second largest in Georgia. As a District Level Curriculum Director, Ms. Dingle supervised all K-12 Curricular, Remedial and Acceleration Programs. Ms. Dingle then supervised Federal Programs and is now serving charter and private schools as a contracted education leader.

Ms. Dingle has a panache for working with schools and students to provide transformational learning experiences. For the last five years, Ms. Dingle has served as a Next Generation Flourishing Catalyst for the Austell Community Collaborative and is engaged in youth development, building Parent Connection and planning STEAM camps and programs. Ms. Dingle has devoted her time for over 20 years to collaborate with businesses and non-profit organizations to develop or launch authentic learning opportunities and engage youth and their families in meaningful programs to improve educational outcomes.


Ms. Pamela Dingle, Executive Director UAFA Charter Network

Ms. Dingle has served in varied leadership roles within the broader community. Ms. Dingle has served on Governing Board of the International Academy of Smyrna, the Austell Community Collaborative Board, Safety Village Foundation Board, and the Cobb Business and Education Chamber Board, the Floyd Middle School Council, and the South Cobb HS PTSA. Additionally, Ms. Dingle has served in several leadership roles through her church.

Ms. Dingle is the proud parent of a Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University student and a cheerleader of youth at large.

Prior to her appointment as executive director, Ms. Dingle served as the federal programs director for Utopian Academy for the Arts Middle School.