Dr. Pamela Leigh-Mack is Professor and Chair of the Department of Engineering at Virginia State University (VSU). She has served as Dean of the School of Engineering, Science, and Technology at VSU and Chair of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Morgan State University. Dr. Leigh-Mack received a BS degree in mathematics from Virginia Union University, BS and MS degrees in electrical engineering (EE) from Howard University, and a PhD in EE from the University of Delaware. She also worked in industry for the General Electric Space Systems Division.
Among her professional affiliations are ASEE, IEEE and SWE. She has been an ABET Program Evaluator for many years, reviewing programs nationally and internationally; currently serves on the Virginia STEM Education Commission, appointed by Governor Ralph Northam; and is a Board Member-at-Large of the Inclusive Engineering Consortium. Dr. Leigh-Mack received the ASEE Electrical and Computer Engineering Division Distinguished Educator Award; NACME Alumni Award; U.S. Black Engineer Women of Color in Technology Education Award; and the Morgan State University Dr. Iva G. Jones Medallion Mantle, for exceptional achievement in teaching, scholarship, and leadership, to name some. She has a strong interest in STEM education including retention; accreditation and assessment issues; pedagogical innovations; and diversity in engineering, particularly women.