Pamela B. Stinson
Executive Secretary to the PresidentPamela B. "Pam" Stinson of White Plains became executive secretary to the president of Jacksonville State University in August 2006, filling a vacancy left by the retirement of Mrs. Linda Love of Anniston.
Although it was her first appointment to the President's Office, it was not her first opportunity to work with Dr. Bill Meehan. When she came to JSU in 1986, it was to serve as Dr. Meehan's secretary when he was assistant vice president for academic affairs. That working relationship lasted 13 years, until Dr. Meehan became president.
Before joining JSU, Mrs. Stinson worked as a legal secretary for attorneys in Anniston from 1980 - 1986. She was employed by Merrill, Porch, Doster & Dillon, for J. Todd Caldwell, and for Bolt, Isom, Jackson, & Bailey.
She graduated third in her class at Winterboro High School in Alpine in May 1979. Mrs. Stinson completed a two-year business and office education program at J. R. Pittard Area Vocational School and completed the executive secretarial program at New World College of Business in Anniston in 1981.
Mrs. Stinson's family has attended Cornerstone Worship Center (CWC) for the past 17 years. Her husband of 24 years, Sam, is a member of the CWC praise team and owner/operator of Stinson Howard Fine Jewelry. The Stinsons have two daughters, Leslie and Kristen, both of whom are JSU students and work on campus.