Dr. Sharon Meyers is the current president and CEO at Hemophilia Federation of America and was formerly the vice president for advancement overseeing fundraising and communication. Prior to HFA, she was president and chief development officer of the St. Anthony North Health Foundation in Denver, and vice president of the Penrose-St. Francis Health Foundation in Colorado Springs. She was also associate executive director at the University of Southern Mississippi Foundation. Earlier in her career, Sharon worked as an EMT on an ambulance and as a dispatcher answering 911 calls. She also taught government, public policy and nonprofit management at several universities. Sharon holds a bachelor’s in American Studies and master’s degree in Political Science from the University of Southern Mississippi. She recently earned a doctorate of education in Organizational Change and Leadership from the University of Southern California. She also holds a nonprofit management certificate from Georgetown University, a leadership certificate from the Disney Institute, and is a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE). In her spare time, she is a career coach, teacher, speaker, and author. Sharon lives in Denver with her husband and son but works remote out of HFA’s office in DC.