Sharon Leonard has lived in the City of Randleman for over 40 years. She has deep rooted ties to the community and the City of Randleman. Her educational and professional experiences showcase those connections and she feels that her experiences have greatly enhanced her ability to serve on City of Randleman's Board of Aldermen. Sharon attended Randleman Elementary School, Randleman Middle School and Randleman High School (Class of '88). She earned an Associate's Degree in Business Administration from Randolph Community College and worked at North State Communications and the State Employees' Credit Union, both of which are in Randleman. She currently works at Ivey and Eggleston, Attorneys at Law.
Alderwoman Leonard says that what she enjoys most about the City of Randleman are "the best citizens around." Through her interactions with constituents, she has heard that "Randleman is where people want to live" and she wants the City of Randleman "to be where families choose to make their residence." As a working wife and mother, Sharon says that she "knows the value of a dollar and understands how important it is to make and keep it affordable to live and/or own a business in Randleman."
During her tenure on the Board of Alderman, Alderwoman Leonard's goals are "to meet the needs of our citizens and City employees, and to maintain a safe and enjoyable place to live and work." Sharon says that she is "open-minded, honest, balanced, committed and motivated to represent the citizens of Randleman" and wants her "actions to have a positive impact on the community." She has already begun to do so by serving on the City of Randleman's Board of Adjustment in addition to the Re-Branding committee which was utiltized to create a new, updated identity for the City to better promote itself and invite everyone to "Experience the DEEP end of the Piedmont."