She is new to West Virginia and explained, “The birth of my 5lb 6oz grandbaby helped direct me in this life-changing adventure to become an instructor at WVJC. I believe I have made the right decision because I am thoroughly enjoying the challenge of being an instructor. The staff and students have been welcoming and the environment supports cooperation and teamwork.”
Sharon enjoys the opportunity to continue learning and growing. “I previously taught for 30+ years in Ohio,” she explained. “I hold a Master’s Degree in Business Education from Robert Morris University in Pennsylvania. It has been rewarding and inspiring working with the diverse post-secondary students. As an educator, I hope to instill a love of learning and believe that my students also have much to offer me.
Sharon said, “My day is full—teaching, planning, and being a grandma. I am an avid reader and enjoy gardening. I am looking forward to being a part of the West Virginia Junior College community. I am happy to join a group of professionals, who like myself, want to make a difference in the lives of students.”