Karen has lived in Sharon since 1977. She raised two daughters, both graduates of Sharon High School. She worked in public accounting as an auditor and for over two decades in the finance offices of a local college and university. Now retired, she is able to devote more time volunteering for causes that are important to her. She joined the Sharon Library Foundation as the treasurer and she also volunteers at the Doris Buffet Letters Foundation.
Since moving to Sharon in 1989, the library has been an integral part of Sarah’s life. From bringing her two young daughters to the library weekly to choose books, to being a charter member of the One Book, One Town: Sharon Reads Together committee, Sarah has been a frequent library patron and sponsor. Now retired, Sarah worked in information technology at State Street for over 25 years. She still visits the library almost weekly.
Cynthia has been a Sharon resident since 1983 and has been a member of the Friends of the Sharon Library for many years. She is a frequent patron of the library, especially of the inter-library loan system. Cynthia has worked as a municipal Conservation Agent and is also a Registered Landscape Architect in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Zuneira and her two young children visit the library regularly. She brings her children often, with the hope of passing on to them her love of books. In addition to books, what draws them frequently to the library are the children’s programs, which her kids enjoy and look forward to. Zuneira has a background in Business Administration and has had a career in Sales and Account Management. She also is on the board of the Friends of the Sharon Public Library. She has lived in Sharon since 2015.
Deena has lived in Sharon since 1974 and has been active in many town organizations. She is currently employed by Partners HealthCare, Inc as a Sr. Protocol Administrator supporting their Institutional Review Boards and processing human research studies. She currently is on the One Book,One Town: Sharon Reads Together committee, a Life Member of the Friends of the Sharon Public Library, and on the Committee of the Sharon Public Library Foundation. She has participated in several focus groups to improve our library.
When she was a child, Cheryl would rather read than go out and play. She has been on the Board of the Library Trustees since 2012. She also serves on the Nominating Committee of the Finance Committee for the Town of Sharon and is a board member of the Friends of Blue Hills. She is a retired information technology professional. Cheryl has lived in Sharon since 1993.