Sharon Madison, Founder
Ever since she was a child, Sharon’s had a reputation as an investigator and diligent researcher… even to the point that her older sister often called her “The Daily Tribune.” As an adult and a paralegal, she’s put that knack to good use, especially for people unable to stand up for themselves in the face of injustice.
Driven by the belief that we should treat everyone with compassion, Sharon’s taken on a number of causes over the years. A few that are closest to her heart include:
- Fighting for better treatment and higher quality care for veterans, including via local and state legislative committees; Sharon was a Disabled American Veteran (DAV) Auxiliary Commander and was married to a 25-year US Army vet
- Working on behalf of domestic violence victims
- She was instrumental in having May declared Motorcycle Awareness Month in her home city
Sharon is a paralegal and member of the Kissimmee Chamber of Commerce and SBDC. She’s also the proud mother of four children and has nine beautiful grandchildren. She enjoys singing at her church and volunteers to feed the homeless through her local nonprofit Ministry of Hope group.