Pamela Fero was born and raised in Ohio, but moved to South Florida in 1991. Ms. Fero earned an Associates Degree in Computer Programming and her Private Pilot's license before leaving Ohio. She returned to school and earned her Bachelor of Arts in Labor Education from the National Labor College in Silver Spring, Maryland in 2008. Ms. Fero won the Bert and Annabel Seidman Award for Advancing Social Policy for her senior thesis addressing a union's role in assisting women with preparing for retirement. Following graduation, Ms. Fero continued working and took classes in arbitration advocacy. Ms. Fero received her Juris Doctor from Florida International University College of Law in 2014. During her time in law school, Ms. Fero participated in two clinics, the Family and Education Clinic and the Health Law and Policy (HELP) Clinic. She also was a member of the FIU Law Review from 2012-2013, and an Articles and Comments Editor for the Law Review from 2013-2014. Ms. Fero took and passed the Florida Bar in 2014, and the Kansas Bar in 2015. She was admitted to the Bar in both states in 2015. Ms. Fero concentrates her practice in Florida.