Sharon performed a range of successful roles before deciding on a significant career change to do work with a positive impact in a purpose-driven organisation. She joined Key in 2010 as a Night Support Worker and instantly felt she had found her true calling.
She quickly worked her way up through the ranks, completing a raft of housing and management qualifications and training along the way, becoming qualified with the CIH (Chartered Institute of Housing), achieving a Diploma in Leadership and Management, and becoming a Mental Health First Aider.
Equipped with the skills, knowledge, and expertise to perform as a housing professional in a senior management role, Sharon oversees all of Key’s Accommodation and Allocations, comprising three supported accommodation properties and 16 community flats, 42 beds in total.
Whether coaching and mentoring her team or motivating and supporting the young people at Key, Sharon leads by example, encouraging others to keep moving forward and reach their potential; her warmth and compassion shine through, infusing the workplace with positivity.