Sharron L. Sauls graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Sociology from the University of Wisconsin at La Crosse while competing on the Universities Women’s Track and Field Team. Sharron also earned a Masters of Legal Studies from the Sandra Day O'Connor Law School at Arizona State University while raising her two young children and is a certified Mediator with credentials from the Arizona State Attorney General’s Office.
Sharron has over 20 years of Social Service and Government experience ranging from several states such as; Milwaukee Wisconsin, Tarrant County Texas, Arlington Texas, Maricopa County, the City of Chandler Housing and Human Services Commission, and the City of Phoenix. Most recently, she was the Administrative Assistant II for the City of Phoenix Housing Department; where she served as Landlord Liaison, Staff Training Coordinator and Assistant to the Housing Manager.
Sharron was an experienced Landlord and Tenant Counselor for 13 years at the City of Phoenix, where she served as Lead Counselor for over 5 years. Sharron was the go to for media coverage and was personally requested by Media Experts such as Dave Cherry and Joe Ducey. Sharron has also provided guidance to the State Legislature on Senate Bills, the City of Phoenix City Council, and Mayors Office.
In her spare time, she has volunteered for Girl Scouts of America, the Kyrene School Districts Parent Teacher Organization, Phoenix Rescue Mission, City of Phoenix Domestic Violence Committee, Cultural Diversity Committee Chair, City of Chandler Housing and Human Service Commission Board Member and Cornerstone Christian Churches Men and Women Ministries.
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