A love of children and the smell of Elmer’s paste set Sharon on the path to a career as a third grade science teacher. After more than a decade, she “retired” in 2004 to start a family, but it wasn’t long before she followed the path of entrepreneurship. Her obsession with doodling, painting, and hand-lettering led her to create, design, and manufacture a southern-inspired line of children’s clothing for seven years. At Androvett, Sharon puts her creativity and problem-solving skills to work daily.
“I try to take a step back and ask, ‘What can we do to make things run more smoothly?’”
A proud Ragin’ Cajun from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Sharon’s experience as a teacher and entrepreneur involved wearing many hats, a skill set she relies on to manage a wide variety of tasks on behalf of the agency and its clients.
Did you know?
- Sharon ran the 2002 NYC Marathon after having run her first ever 5K that same year. It’s possible she hasn’t run since, unless being chased…
- In college, Sharon gave presentations to auditoriums full of students about facts and stigmas as they pertain to HIV/AIDS after losing her uncle to the disease.