Democratic Candidate for Atlantic City Mayor
Pamela Thomas-Fields is a mother, teacher, and public servant. She has been employed with the City of Atlantic City for 23 years and currently works in the department of Planning and Economic Development. She is an Adjunct Professor in the School of Business at Stockton University, and mother living in Atlantic City’s first ward.
Thomas-Fields is a lifelong learner, having earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Stockton University, a Master of Administrative Science from Fairleigh Dickinson University, and is working toward an Educational Doctorate in Organizational Leadership at Stockton University.
She was previously recommended by Senator Chris Brown for a seat on the Casino Control Commission and was the Democratic nominee for Atlantic County Freeholder in 2013.
Thomas-Fields previously served as the president of Main Street Atlantic City and is a graduate of the Atlantic City Police Department’s civil organization. She is a member of the First Ward Civic Association and the Atlantic City Women’s March Steering Committee, as well as the Atlantic County Democratic Committee.
She is a member of Stockton University’s Foundation Board, Alumni Association, and Business Advisory Board, and a founding member of the Stockton University Women’s Leadership Council.
Other organizational involvement includes the Business and Professional Women’s Club, the Ruth Newman Shapiro Cancer Research Fund, the Alzheimer’s Association, the Atlantic Cape Community Affairs Board, the Miss Atlantic City Pageant Board, and the AtlantiCare Foundation.
Her goals are centered on motivating and inspiring young women in the community to do great things. Thomas-Fields is running for mayor of Atlantic City on a platform of bold leadership and a clear vision for the future.