Flutist Pam Adams has expressed her talents in many venues: music educator, soloist, and long-time member of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, where she also holds leadership positions among the musicians. She completed a Master of Music degree from her undergraduate alma mater, University of North Texas, and is on the summer faculty of the MasterWorks Festival in Winona Lake, Indiana. Personal interest has led her to become an advocate for learning disability diagnostics and literacy, interests that are a natural extension of Ms. Adams' desire for every person to be granted the opportunity to fulfill their God-given potential. She has used her own talents in music and education in various settings to mentor many young people. She lives in Fort Worth, with her musician husband, Robert, of 33 years. Together they have raised three children and their family currently holds seven music degrees with an additional one on the way.