SHARON ROBINSON This savvy businesswoman is currently the Local Executive Director of Miss Richland County Scholarship Pageant and Miss Richland County Teen Scholarship Pageant which is a preliminary pageant for the Miss South Carolina and Miss America Scholarship Organization. She was the Executive Producer and host of The Diva Hair Weaver Makeover Show which aired for several years on the CW47 network. Sharon has started several new businesses including her up and coming Cosmetic line Sha-Ron Cosmetics and her Hair Growth Oil which will launch in 2014. Still very humble by what God has blessed her with she spends her free time as a Speaker, and Mentor to young girls through her OMG - Outstanding Magnificent Girls Program.
A native of Columbia, SC, she is a 1987 graduate of C.A. Johnson High School. After high School she attended Benedict College for several semesters but transferred to Voorhees College where she earned her Bachelor in Management. Her passion for hair continue to blossom as she went to Kenneth Shuler to obtain her Cosmetology License and then to continue her education at Dudley Cosmetology University in North Carolina. She has been featured in Hype Hair, Zuri Styles, and Metro Styles.
Being a licensed cosmetologist for 20 years, she has perfected the art of hair replacement. She created the GOAT Weave technique that she teaches all over the world and has an award winning DVD of the G.O.A.T. Weave technique. She has sponsored and participated in numerous hair shows; including her own Couture Bazaar Explosion and the Gospel Fashion Explosion. Her passion for Fashion and Passion has been fueled in this industry as she launches her first Magazine “The Diva Hair Weaver Magazine,” Which is also to be launched in 2014. This magazine will also assist with finding new talents for her agency The Sharon Robinson Agency who has booked talent for a local TV show called ‘Spare the Rod'.
Being the former Executive Director of Miss Black World Elite where her recipients received scholarships to attend South Carolina State and Howard University. Her passion was fueled for pageants as she was Miss Freshmen at Benedict College in 1987.
Her most prize accomplishments are her three children, Chad, Chase, and Mary Beth. Being deep in her faith she continues to serve as a member at Refuge Temple Church of our Lord Jesus Christ where she has received a Certificate of Missions from the W.L. Bonner Bible College. Her aspirations in life are deepen by her faith as she strives to accomplish everything that God has for her.