Dr. Fowler is an Assistant Professor of Not-for-Profit Management and the Director of the Arts Management and Not-for-Management Programs at Salem College. Most recently, Sharee was the Partnership Director for The Forsyth Promise, a community-wide cradle to career initiative committed to ensuring every child in Forsyth County receives the best education possible and is fully equipped to thrive throughout life. Her previous professional experience includes serving as an Associate Organizer for CHANGE, a nonpartisan, multi-racial, multi-faith community organizing group and as a victim advocate, community educator, and coordinator of the Domestic Violence Community Council at Family Services. In addition to her professional roles, Sharee is actively involved in public life. Currently, she serves as a Co-Chair for the Triad Restorative Justice Board of Directors, President for the Holly Avenue Neighborhood Association, and a Steering Committee Member for the Family Violence Prevention Initiative and Universal Pre-K Initiative. Sharee earned her Ph.D. in Curriculum and Teaching with a specialization in Cultural Studies from UNC-Greensboro.
Dr. Fowler is a proud Salemite and is grateful for the opportunity to teach at her alma mater. She actively seeks to create connections between Salem’s students and the broader Winston-Salem community through the courses she teaches. She is committed to helping students strengthen their leadership skills, engage their imaginations, and develop their unique voices, so they can be effective agents of social change.