A native of San Antonio, she has lived all over the state including Houston, where she has numerous family members who've lived in the city for decades. She's also lived around the nation, before joining the ABC 13 family. She was the Weekend Anchor/Reporter at WSVN-TV in Miami, Florida, the 5pm Anchor and Education Reporter at WPMI-TV in Mobile, Alabama. She was also an Anchor/Reporter/Producer at KOBR-TV in Roswell, New Mexico. She even worked as a radio reporter for the Agriculture Communications Network in Texas.
Sharron has been recognized several times for her broadcast work. She received the Outstanding Feature Story Award from the South Florida Black Journalists Association, Best Feature Reporting Award from the Press Club in Mobile, Alabama. She is the recipient of the Alabama Education Media Award. The New Mexico Broadcasters Association also presented her with the Outstanding Newscast Award. Sharron was recently named One of the 50 most influential Women in the City of Houston, by Houston Woman's Magazine.
She holds a Master's degree in Television Communication from Eastern New Mexico University and a Bachelor's degree in Speech Communication and Journalism from Texas A&M University, in College Station. Sharron has also taught at the university level. She worked as an undergraduate lecturer and instructor in broadcast news fundamentals at the University of South Alabama.
Sharron is on the Board of Directors for the Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council. She is also a member of the Houston Chapter of the Links, Inc., the National Association of Black Journalists, and a former member of the Board of Directors of the Family Counseling Center of Mobile, Alabama. In her spare time, Sharron is heavily involved in volunteer service work and enjoys singing, dancing, and swimming.
Houston Fire Captain Dwight Bazile collapsed while fighting a house fire and died this past Saturday at Memorial Hermann Hospital
A store clerk attacked while on the job is speaking out against the crooks who robbed and beat him in a frightening ordeal this morning.
When the clerk couldn't get the gunmen cash fast enough, they hit him in the head four times with the back of a gun.
A man is fighting for his life after he was gunned down at a southwest Houston bus stop; police say the shooting may be linked to another in the same area
A man is in the hospital after a group of gunmen kicked in the front door of a home near the Heights and opened fire. Two young boys, ages 10 and 12, were home at the time. They were not harmed.