Prior to co-founding Main Line Family Law Center with her husband in 2011, Sharon spent 17 years in nonprofits, in the areas of education, marketing, program development, fundraising and managing volunteers.
Drawing upon her experience with mission-based organizations, Sharon's role is to generate awareness, understanding and trust around mediation as a healthier option for separation and divorce well before a client's first consultation. This includes creating and promoting content through the website, blog and social media, as well as events in the community. To enable more spouses to "get to the table" and mediate successfully, Sharon also works with trusted partners and affiliated divorce professionals to offer additional support for clients, ensuring a smoother life transition for all.
Sharon is passionate about the power of entrepreneurship to create social change. She founded the Make Divorce Healthier Forum and has served on the board of the Philadelphia Center for Advancing Entrepreneurs and been a mentor for Young Entrepreneur's Academy. She holds a Master's in Public Administration from Fels Institute of Government at the University of Pennsylvania, a Bachelor's in Education from University of Delaware, is an AmeriCorps alum, and a certified dreamworker through the Institute for Dream Studies. She lives in Havertown, has two daughters, and two guinea pigs.