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T. Sharee Fowler, MA, PhD

Associate Professor, Nonprofit Management & Community Leadership

Professional and Community Leadership Experience and Expertise

  • More than 25 years working to advance meaningful social change through community organizing, advocacy, and systemic transformation strategies.
  • I am a certified Courage & Renewal® facilitator prepared by the Center for Courage & Renewal and currently co-facilitate Circle of Trust© gatherings for individuals working in higher education and nonprofit organizations.
  • My community leadership experiences include serving in the following roles: Partnership Director, The Forsyth Promise (a cradle to career education partnership); Senior Director of Education Strategies and Engagement, United Way of Forsyth County; Director of the Empowering Effective Teachers Initiative, United Way of Forsyth County; Associate Organizer, Communities Helping All Neighbors Gain Empowerment (CHANGE); and Coordinator of the Domestic Violence Community Council at Family Services, Inc.

Health-Related and Health Leadership Experience and Expertise

  • Intimate Partner Violence – Victim/Survivor Advocacy; Dating Violence Prevention Education; Prevention and Response Training for Community Professionals; Integrated Services and Systems Change
  • Civic Health – Grassroots Community Organizing and Issue Advocacy Campaigns; Volunteer and Community Engagement

Salem Through My Eyes

I love our abiding commitment to building deep community here, the passion of my colleagues and students and the beauty of the campus throughout the seasons. As a student, Salem played a profound role in shaping who I am, and this continues to be true for me as a faculty member.

Fun Facts

  • I love cheese, gardening, political thrillers, and the Indigo Girls.
  • I collect vintage hats and live in a purple house with my beloved, John, and our two enthusiastic pups, Henry and Frances.

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