Sharon Morgan

Office Manager/ Executive Admin

Sharon has nearly 40 years of experience in administrative support. While still a senior in high school, Sharon’s career began when she was selected for a co-op position at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio. After graduation, she was selected as one of the few to continue her position at Wright-Patterson where she served as a civil servant for almost 20 years.

Sharon’s travels eventually led her to Cabot, Arkansas where she became a member of Cabot United Methodist Church where Clif Christopher was the senior pastor.  When Clif founded Horizons, he invited Sharon to provide support to his clients. Almost 20 years later, she continues to serve Horizons’ clients as the office manager and senior editor for all outgoing materials.

Sharon is a self-admitted perfectionist whose keen eye has served Horizons’ Ministry Strategists and clients well. She is both big picture and detail-oriented which enables her to provide the highest quality service to our clients. As Horizons has grown and evolved, Sharon has provided the necessary structural and administrative support to ensure excellence in Horizons products and materials.

Sharon lives in Cabot, Arkansas along with her daughter, son-in-law, and two grandsons. Her other son and daughter-in law live in Kettering, Ohio. When Sharon is not busy proofing Horizons manuals she enjoys reading, shopping, and traveling. Her most joy-filled moments are those spent with her growing family.

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