Dr. Pamela Yeung, Chairman
Board of Supervisors
Title: Garrisonville District
Phone: 540-273-2506
pyeung@staffordcountyva.gov

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Term: 1/1/2022 – 12/31/25

P.O. Box 339
Stafford, VA 22555-0339

Dr. Yeung started serving on the Stafford County Board of Supervisors representing the Garrisonville District in 2022.  Dr. Pamela Yeung was elected by her fellow Board members as Vice Chairman for 2022 and Chairman for 2023. Dr. Yeung serves on the following standing committees: Community, Economic and Development; Infrastructure; Joint Working Schools; and Legislative. Outside the organization, Dr. Yeung represents the Board on the following organizations: the Rappahannock Youth Services and Group Home Commission; and the Rappahannock River Basin Commission. She serves as an alternate on: the R-Board, George Washington Regional Commission; Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation Commission; the Virginia Railway Express; and the Rappahannock Regional Jail Board Authority.

Pamela Yeung is a science and technology consultant for a Fortune 500 company that embraces the power of change to create long-lasting value for clients, people, and communities. She represented the Garrisonville District as its elected member to the Stafford County School Board in Stafford County, Virginia. Pamela earned her baccalaureate degree in business and information technology from Howard University, a Master's Degree in science and technology from Johns Hopkins University. She earned her doctorate in leadership and organizational change from Baylor University.

Pamela was raised in the Netherlands and speaks, reads, and writes several languages. Pamela has a transformative worldview as a servant leader for her community and believes in self-empowerment, equality, and respect for one's civil rights. She has four children, all of whom graduated from Stafford schools and three graduated from universities, while her youngest is still attending college.

Before serving on the school board for four years, Pamela also served as a commissioner on the Telecommunications Commission (TCC) for four years where she spearheaded the project to bring broadband access to underserved communities in Stafford County. Pamela was elected Vice Chairman for the TCC in 2017. Pamela tutored Spanish and math, volunteered in elementary, middle, and high schools within the Garrisonville district. She also served on the School board Capital Improvement Plan Advisory Committee, the Finance, and Budget committee, the Technology Advisory Committee, the Career and Technical Education Advisory Committee, and, most recently, the Gifted Advisory Committee. Pamela is looking forward to serving her Garrisonville community.