Pam Dubov Announces Candidacy for Pinellas Property Appraiser
Pam Dubov, Chief Deputy Property Appraiser for Pinellas County, has announced her candidacy to be Pinellas County's Property Appraiser. An attorney and eighteen-year veteran of the office, Dubov cited her experience and professional credentials as making her well qualified to hold the position.
Dubov joined the Pinellas Property Appraiser's office in 1989 after a stint with the Property Appraiser's office in Hillsborough County. She was a member of the first class of women to attend the United States Military Academy at West Point. She left the Academy to marry but finished the officer-commissioning process by graduating from Cameron University as a Distinguished Military Graduate. While serving as an officer in the U.S. Army, she attained the rank of Captain and was selected to command over 350 soldiers and non-commissioned officers in a field artillery unit. She also worked in several computer systems capacities with private businesses after leaving the service.
Dubov received a Masters of Business Administration degree with honors, from Florida Institute of Technology and a Juris Doctor degree from Stetson University College of Law magna cum laude. She is now on the adjunct faculty at the Stetson College of Law.
Active in the community, Dubov is a graduate of Leadership Pinellas, a member of the City, County, and Local Government Law Section of the Florida Bar, has repeatedly participated in career orientation days and teach-ins for Pinellas high school students, and has been a member of numerous other community organizations. She and her husband, retired Army Lt. Colonel Bruce J. Dubov, have been married for twenty-six years and she has three step-children and eight grandchildren.
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