Sharon Johnson is in her first term as a Chamber of Commerce Board member. She says she is a member of the Chamber of Commerce because: "I enjoy being active in the community. I'm a busy body, and love a challenge." What she likes best about Littlefield is: "Littlefield is home, I have lived near here, and grew up in this area. I know and am familiar with many people here."
Sharon Johnson has lived in Littlefield the past four years, and is employed at Lowe's Corporate Offices as a payroll clerk. She is the mother of her 17 year-old daughter, Zamika Bradley, a senior at Littlefield High School.
Sharon worked 11 years at the American Cotton Growers' Denim Textile Plant, then moved to Norfolk, Virginia for 10 years where she was employed by the United States Post Office. She returned to Littlefield, and is currently employed at Lowe's Corporate Offices in the payroll department.
For her educational background, she attended kindergarten at Sudan, the first through her senior years at Amherst. After graduation, she earned her Associates Degree in Computer Information services at South Plains College.
In addition to the Chamber of Commerce and her employment, she is a member of Lowe's Wellness Committee. She is also a Littlefield Little Dribblers Coach.
Sharon is the Youth Sunday School Teacher at the New Mt. Olive Baptist Church, where she is also secretary for the church's Usher Board; is a member of the church's Women's Missionary Union, and a member of the Daughters of the King.
Sharon also serves on the Board of the Annual Black History Committee and on the Board of the Juneteenth Committee. She is a member of the SPC Upward Bound Parent Committee.