Sharon is a native of Little Rock, Arkansas and a graduate of Parkview High School. She graduated with an Associate of Arts degree from Pulaski Technical College and is a member of Phi Theta Kappa National Honor Society. Sharon succeeded and her hard work paid off by adding her name on the Dean’s List for Academic Achievement.
Sharon has a very diverse background that includes:
• Licensed Final Expense Preneed Counselor • Licensed Ordained Minister • Notary Public • Recruiter for the Philander Smith College Upward Bound Trio program • Dorm Director/Dorm Mom for the 6 week summer session academic program • Registered Proctor for the National ACT Test • Writer Motivational Speaker Poet
Apostle Sharon Hampton is a Psalm 34 servant of God and finds purpose and passion in serving His people in various capacities. Sharon started a non-profit ministry called WOW-Women of Warfare in 2001. This ministry was birthed in Sharon when her daughter, Cenia, then 17 years old, was diagnosed with cancer in October 2001. Along with her beautiful daughter, Sharon is also the proud mother of one son, Justin. In March 2002, she formed SOS-Sister of Service, which is an organization that serves as help to those in planning events, completing necessary paperwork to obtain the essentials of life, and just helping retrieve information that will benefit others in reaching their God-given potential. Apostle Sharon is currently in the process of publishing “No Place Too Far” a book of poems for grieving people. She has a morning motivational mobile ministry that reaches people across the United States every day of the week. Apostle Sharon received her Honorary Doctorate of Divinity on November 11, 2014.
Apostle Sharon believes firmly in “if she can help somebody as she travels along the way then her living is not in vain, for the only time you look down on a man is when you’re picking him up.”