Sharon Sammon, M.B.A., is a seasoned professional. She began her career at The Sherwin-Williams Company in 1985, as an Assistant Store Manager. She contributed to the success of The Sherwin-Williams Company for nearly 35 years, in numerous positions from customer service to marketing. Sharon built two technical service call centers for the company; eventually directing a technical team comprised of more than sixty call center specialists. She had also been a product manager for a number of well-known brands during her career, while managing many challenging projects. Sharon retired from The Sherwin-Williams Company in the fall of 2019 after accepted a part-time faculty position at Ursuline College to teach in the adult undergraduate program, while partnering with corporations to grow the enrolment at the college.
Sharon is a graduate of Ursuline College in Pepper Pike Ohio, she holds a Bachelors of Arts (BA) degree in Marketing, and in 2019 she earned her Master in Business Administration (MBA) from Ursuline College.
She is also the founder of the Sherwin-Williams Toastmasters Club in Warrensville Hts. Ohio, and has been a volunteer for several organizations including; Executive Woman’s Golf Association – Cleveland Chapter, Angels Haven Horse Rescue, College Now of Greater Cleveland, The Gathering Place, and most recently as a Board Member for Saint Martin de Porres High School.