T. Sharee Fowler is an Assistant Professor and Director of the Nonprofit Management and Community Leadership Program at Salem College. She has 20+ years of experience working to advance meaningful social change through community organizing, advocacy, and systemic transformation strategies. In addition to teaching, Sharee currently co-facilitates an ongoing Circle of Trust© for individuals working in the nonprofit and public sectors in her local community. She also serves as a Steering Committee Member for the Forsyth Freedom Federation and is a member of the Voices of God’s Children, a multi-racial community choir dedicated to the preservation of African-American spirituals as a musical art form.
Sharee earned her Ph.D. in Curriculum and Teaching with a specialization in Cultural Studies from UNC-Greensboro. She has been a recipient of the St. Philips Cedric S. Rodney Unity Award, The Winston-Salem Foundation ECHO Award, and the Sara Lee Center for Women’s Health Speaking for Women’s Health Award. She lives in Winston-Salem, NC with her beloved, John Wilson, and their two dogs, Henry and Frances.