A fluent-Spanish speaker, Sharon Páez prepares and executes specialty multi-ethnic media plans for electoral and issue advocacy campaigns. She works with clients to further develop their communications and message strategy to diverse communities of voters. She has been involved in state and federal campaigns for more than 10 years.
She has written and produced urban, Spanish-language radio and television ads for statewide, state legislative and local campaigns. Sharon has played key political and communications roles on high-level campaigns in Latin America.
Sharon graduated from Towson University with a bachelor’s degree in International Studies and Political Science. Born in Washington D.C., Sharon also spends time with her family in Panama as well as extensive travel throughout Latin America.
- Presidential Campaigns: Florida Political Director, Kerry-Edwards 2004; Southern Political Director, John Edwards for President 2004; and 2000 Gore-Lieberman
- International Experience: 2008 Bolivian Presidential Referendum, 2006 Nicaraguan Presidential Campaign, 2000 Mexican Presidential Campaign, 1996-2000 Represented the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs in Latin America and the Caribbean
- Corporate Experience: Served in the emerging markets and Latino business outreach practice at the Dewey Square Group. Sharon assisted in creating and maintaining relationships between corporate clients and members of the Latino community including federal and local elected officials and prominent advocacy officials.