Pamela A. Bond is a native of Durham, North Carolina. She received a B.A. in Theatre, a B.S. in Textiles & Apparel and a M.A. in Textiles & Apparel from North Carolina Central University.
Her theatrical credits include lighting and scenery design for Home and Raisin in the Sun. Her debut performance was Fascination Man, which led to competition for the Irene Ryan Award, for which she won best actress in the Southeastern Region. She also performed in Images debuting at the National Black Theatre Festival, played the roles of Mrs. Johnson in Fourth & A Mile, Katherine James in Stealing Clouds, Tondra in Tunnels, Ruth Jackson in Howard Crafts The Wise Ones, winner of the 2003 New Play Project, and Vonnie in Heart To Heart (all NCCU productions).
Her costume design credits include the educational video Crafting Freedom with the The Apprend Foundation, Jackie O with Long Leaf Opera, Bangin performed with Walltown Childrens Theatre, Hillside High School theatrical productions of Beauty and the Beast, High School Musical and Mufaros Beautiful Daughters, DreamGirls, The Wiz and Hairspray. Pamela served as judge in the Annual Fashion Incorporated Spring Fashion Runway Show, along with representing North Carolina Central Department of Human Sciences at the Annual Bobbin Show in Atlanta, GA. She has conducted Workforce Wear Workshops across the state aiding Welfare to Work participants. Mrs. Bond is a member of Alpha Psi Omega Honor Society and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated. Among her attributes Mrs. Bond currently has clothing designs in local boutiques in the Research Triangle area.
Mrs. Bond serves as costume designer for Throne Life Medias annual production of Black Nativity, and the costume designer for the Department of Theatre at North Carolina Central University. She resides in Durham with her husband Alex and four sons, Ronald, Stephen, Keenan and Alex Jr.