Born in what is now South Central Los Angeles, Sharon Scranage has always had an interest in education. She received her B.A, in Creative Dramatics Education, and began developing curriculum while working as a lead teacher and school director for acting schools. She joined the ranks of the public school system in 2001 and worked as a literacy coach, trainer, and classroom teacher. She received an M.A.Ed in curriculum and instruction with an emphasis in teaching children from poverty. Presently, she teaches intermediate school students, community college students, and master’s candidates at Pepperdine University. She publicly speaks to educators on effective strategies for teaching Language Arts to students from generational poverty. Sharon has had been recognized as the 2015 Orange County Teacher of the Year and the creator of Lift the Gifted - a symposium that provides a platform for gifted students to creatively present research topics.
Sharon lives in Southern California and enjoys time with her loving Husband, son and daughter.