Hi, I'm Sharon
WHERE I COME FROM
Born in 1967 at a place that once was called Hinds General Hospital, I grew up in Jackson, Mississippi. I later moved to Clinton, Mississippi where I have raised three young men; Kenneth, James and Sean. I love being a boys' mom. I received Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior at age 12 at a James Robinson Crusade. I am an associate minister at New Horizon Church International where I also serve in the usher ministry.
I serve on the following community/civic affiliations:
National Association of Realtors
Mississippi Association of Realtors
Clinton Chamber of Commerce
Women For Progress
Jackson Rotary Club
Working Together Jackson
A THRIVING CAREER
I am the owner/broker of Moman Realty. I love my job. I get to not only provide a service, but I get to serve my clients. The excitement of the process and the the enthusiasm at the closing table creates unspeakable joy.
Before my real estate life began, I worked in the legal industry. A very rewarding job as well. The law was first created by God and handed to man to manage. I am grateful for my past experiences working for the Honorable Mike Espy and Butler Snow Law Firm.
I am a motivational speaker.
In 2021 I wrote my first book. An inspiring memoir, Pardon The Courage to Be Set Free. I also published a six part series on YouTube, The Pardon Me Series.
My book helped me survive the trauma of divorce. I am grateful that I had the courage to write my story. I get to hear others say it has helped them heal.
Our purpose is to serve our Lord, our families and communities. I am committed in doing so.
Equality Meets Opportunity
Everyone deserves a fair chance to succeed. Our nation’s success is built on the founding principles of unlimited opportunity, quality education, commitment to hard work, and the freedom to pursue our dreams. Sharon Moman will fight each and every day to ensure that District 56 is advancing towards meeting these founding principles. Read on to learn about the issues at hand, and what is being done to combat them under the District 56 Platform page.