Dith Pamp ’11
Dith was born and raised outside of Boston. She pioneered west to Lewis & Clark after graduating from Northfield Mount Hermon School. At L&C, Dith studied computer science, math, and theatre while serving as a resident advisor and holding several positions in ASLC student government. Her various leadership roles on campus, especially as ASLC president, instilled a love of higher education and set her on a career path of working with college students.
In 2014, Dith received her Master’s degree in College Student Services Administration from Oregon State University. She focused her studies on gender issues in higher education and wrote her thesis about transgender students and the obstacles they encounter in college. During graduate school, Dith worked at OSU in graduate teaching assistant development and training and at Willamette University in student activities and community service learning.
Dith is very excited to be employed at her alma mater. She says “Lewis & Clark changed the way I see the world and I am thrilled to work with alumni who also felt the magical power of this place.”
Dith spends her free time with her husband, Eli ’11, and their cats, Arlo and Winnie. She loves playing roller derby, sewing, reading, baking, and going to the movies on a rainy day.
Contact Dith about:
• 30th Reunion Class Committee
• Black & Orange Parties
• Regions: New England, Oregon, Washington