• District 4

    District 4

  • Second-Vice President:Pam Harbin


    Pam Harbin

    •  Right to Education Task Force Liaison

    Committees Chaired:

    • Communications and Marketing

    Committees Co-Chaired:

    • Policy


    About Ms. Harbin: 


    Pam Harbin is the mother of one student in the Pittsburgh Public Schools and one graduate of PPS. Ms. Harbin has been very active in the District from serving as a member and co-chair of the Pittsburgh Local Task Force on the Right to Education (LTF), a parent-led organization that works with the District and community agencies to improve services for students with disabilities, to volunteering on multiple district-wide advisory committees, including the Reimagining School Safety Committee, Imagine PPS, Community Schools Steering Committee, Parental Involvement Policy Committee, and Special Education Delivery Model Advisory Committee. Ms. Harbin is the co-founder of the Education Rights Network, a member-driven organization that develops and strengthens a broad base of parent leaders to achieve student-centered, fully-resourced, equitable, and inclusive education, for children and youth, Pre-K to 21, in Pittsburgh. Ms. Harbin resides in Point Breeze with her husband and their two children. Ms. Harbin can be reached at pharbin1@pghschools.org.

    Elected official until 2023 election
  • Areas Represented in District 4:

    • Squirrel Hill 
    • Parts of North Oakland
    • Point Breeze
    • Point Breeze- Park Place
    • Parts of Shadyside 


    District 4 Schools:

    • Pittsburgh Colfax K-8
    • Pittsburgh Linden K-5
    • Pittsburgh Allderdice High School