Pamela Minimah is the Curator of Heritage Towers Museum & Culture Center (HTMCC). She is a businesswoman, community, and political activist, wife, mother, and educator. A graduate of West Virginia State University, she is the Chief Operating Officer at All-Aid Services, Inc., Charleston, West Virginia. Wearing different hats at different times, Pamela incorporated the arts and education for school age children of which Heritage Kids Club, USA emerged. The Kids Club members are engaged in educational, interesting and unique projects through arts, music, and drama.
Naturally talented in art dramatization, she is dedicated to promoting diversity education. Pamela, created and presented her rendition of Grandma Aribe, a true story of a family member sold into slavery. Her work is instrumental in the collaboration of HTMCC with the National Museum and Monuments of Calabar, Nigeria to explore international exchange programs. Pamela’s lifelong love of the arts and her dedication to the education of children is the driving force and motivation for her work.