Sharon is the chief executive of a London-based family foundation.  For over a decade, Sharon has been involved at the intersection of the public and private sectors, working with individuals, trusts, corporations and charities on developing long-term value enhancing  partnerships to address various social issues.  Before taking on her current role, Sharon held a similar position with the London-based Rosemarie Nathanson Charitable Trust.  Prior to that, she served as Head of Philanthropy for Europe, Middle East and Africa at Credit Suisse overseeing employee volunteering, fundraising and grant-making across the region.  Before moving to London, Sharon worked at the NYC-based Clinton Global Initiative, an affiliate of the William J. Clinton Foundation, to address global issues in an actionable way.

Sharon holds an MA from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, and a joint degree in Law (LLB) and Political Science from Tel-Aviv University.

Sharon is a great believer in the power of film as a medium for education and change, and is delighted to be involved with UKJF.