Sharon is a Lecturer in Health and Wellbeing in Society and Global Health. She is currently completing her PhD in Sociology, investigating the most recent wave of Black activism through an exploration of Black millennial narratives on criminalisation and resistance. Her research interests focus on race, racism and resistance in its intersections.
Sharon has widespread experience as a community facilitator, volunteering and working in anti-racist community organising at grassroots level. She has taken part in community-led campaigns at local, regional, national and international level. She has worked collaboratively with researchers and activists in the US and Kenya. As a certifying Doula, Sharon also has keen interest in fostering maternal health for minoritized ethnic and marginalised groups at a community level.