Sharon Fletcher, crowned at Mrs. Corporate America 2010 at the Linda Chapin Theatre in Orlando, FL.
CoBPA Management Lecturer, Sharon Fletcher was crowned Mrs. Corporate America 2010 at the Linda Chapin Theatre in Orlando, FL on March 20, 2010. Sharon has been a lecturer for the College of Business & Public Administration for the past 3 years at the University of North Dakota, teaching Principles of Management 300.
Sharon's triumphant walk across the stage was just the beginning of a journey that will take her to every corner of the country during her year of service as Mrs. Corporate America 2010. She will be responsible for conducting professional workshops, doing national radio/television broadcasts, attending seminars and speaking to audiences about her platform of “Inspiring, motivating, and encouraging women to be accomplished leaders in the workplace."
In addition to her lecturer position within the Management Department at UND, Sharon is also the Director of Learning & Organizational Development/Founder & President of Innovative Coaching & Consulting Strategies in Grand Forks, ND. ICC Strategies' mission is to provide coaching as a partnership with clients through a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential. Sharon's scholastic achievement in obtaining a B.S. in Business Management, M.S. in Human Resources, her current pursuit of her PhD in Organization Leadership & Behavior, and her steadfast determination attributes to her success in Corporate America. Sharon's goal is to promote and excel "Women in Leadership." Along with the title of Mrs. Corporate America 2010, Sharon won several prizes to include cash prizes, a new car, and modeling contracts across the country.
"The role of Mrs. Corporate America is to promote, inspire, and motivate women to seek their strengths, maximize their talent, and develop themselves for leadership roles. I was drawn to this pageant based on it's mission; to provide a platform for women to showcase their community involvement and professional achievements, all while promoting themselves/business, enhancing their self-confidence, and strengthening their leadership skills,” said Sharon Fletcher, Mrs. Corporate America 2010.
The Mrs. Corporate America Organization provides a forum for women to promote themselves, enhance self-confidence, strengthen leadership skills, accomplish personal and professional goals and establish friendships with other professional women. Not only does the Mrs. Corporate America Organization represent the professionalism of women across America, it represents a woman's strength, courage, confidence, dedication and commitment to their family, career and community.