Co-Founder & VP, Wellness Initiatives
“It was my dear friend and DinnerTime CEO, Laura Moore, who observed that my life path led me directly to DinnerTime’s table. There is the obvious: I am a dedicated mom of four active kids. I built a career in the health insurance industry as an executive committed to issues of health and productivity. And then there is the back story: I was raised cooking in a kitchen at my mom’s hip with siblings and extended family… all around a noisy, busy dinner table under the watchful eye of my Italian grandmother. I came from a blue-collar household with two working parents trying to make ends meet. Time together at the table was both required and, as I came to discover later in life, central to forming the person and parent I am today.
I began working with at-risk kids at the age of 14 and never stopped. I am an active volunteer and Board Member with the Y of Central MD and year-round girls soccer and lacrosse coach. I believe that the dinner table is the anchor in our homes. We connect there with the families we have and the families we choose. We resolve conflict there. We share, teach, learn and linger, if we’re lucky. Welcome to the DinnerTime table. I hope you’ll stay awhile.”
Sharon built a 25-year career in the health insurance industry beginning as an underwriter, evaluating employee health risks and in later years, working for global leaders, AON and Marsh McLennan/Mercer. She was a member of the executive team at a Regional insurance agency, leading the transformation of the benefits practice. Sharon was CEO of the Greater Baltimore Technology Council, one of Maryland’s Top 100 Women, and a Baltimore’s Power 20 Honoree.