Sharon was great to work with, and received very high reviews from our attendees. We would certainly hire her again.
Sharon earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Communication from Florida State University before embarking on a career as a television journalist. From the Persian Gulf War to John Glenn's historic return to space to the Super Bowl to hurricanes, floods, politics, and entertainment, She has covered a multitude of stories that have affected people's lives on a daily basis. She also has moderated gubernatorial and mayoral debates throughout North Carolina and continues to serve as a keynote speaker and panelist for organizations across the state.
After leaving television news, Sharon founded Greenroom Communications, a Raleigh-based video production and marketing firm. She also serves as Partner & Vice President of Professional Development at Walk West, a 21st century, digital marketing agency, where she heads up the firm's video production and professional development practices, focusing on media training and presentation coaching for executives, authors, and athletes.
Sharon has been featured in numerous publications, including Sheryl Sandburg's Option B digital platform, Enterprising Women and the #KeepGoing campaign by Jennifer Potter.
Sharon was born in Nairobi, Kenya and spent her early years in East Africa attending schools in Kenya and Tanzania before moving to the United States. In addition to her television career, Sharon worked for the Department of Defense's U.S.O. program and traveled all over the Middle East, Mediterranean and Europe entertaining American troops. Additionally, Sharon graduated from the New World School of the Arts in Miami and performed for a season with the Greater Miami Opera.
Sharon is very active in the community and serves on a number of Boards of Director and advisory committees for non-profit organizations in North Carolina.