Author Sharon Kaye Edwards
As a child, Sharon Kaye Edwards 7-year-old was teased and bullied because of her many days of shedding tears due to the loss of her older brother in a car accident. The news of his death was devastating to the entire family, however, in the midst of family members offering comfort, Sharon was overlooked and left to deal with the tragedy all alone. The onslaught of the name-calling and hurtful words left her feeling "INVISIBLE” and wishing that she could just disappear……. completely………. forever. When Sharon was 10, she was bullied again due to her short stature and curly hair, no one knew how much of a lasting impact bullying would have on her and the many other self-destructive doors that would swing open as a result of it. Sharon’s story of being bullied was published in an international magazine called It's My Hair! Magazine based out of Atlanta, Georgia.
Sharon Kaye Edwards originally from Greenville, Mississippi is presently attending the historical Fisk University in Nashville TN completing her bachelor’s degree In Human Development/Leadership. She is an award-winning author, speaker, playwright, executive producer, anti-bullying activist, and entrepreneur making a notable impact in the lives of youth since 2012. She, along with her husband, celebrity photographer Ellery Edwards, founded the non-profit organization I AM INVISIBLE Bullying and Suicide Campaign and the "BE YOU TALENT SHOWCASE". I’m Invisible is the dominant anti-bullying and anti-suicide organization in the Greater Nashville area, being featured on Talk of the Town Nashville, Fox 17, WSMV Channel 5 News, and the front page of The Leaf-Chronicle Newspaper. Sharon is also the CEO and founder of SKE Publishing, which coordinates and directs programs designed to empower and educate children, parents, teachers, and community leaders.
Sharon is honored and proud to be a part of the legacy of the late Congressman John Lewis who also attended Fisk University that fought tirelessly for 30 years for legislation to create the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. that opened in 2016. Sharon and her fellow Mississippians photos are featured in the Henry Clay Anderson Collection with over 4,000 plus photos that can be viewed below
You can also click below to view 1 of the 2 photos of Sharon featured in the museum.
QPR Workshop: Sharon Kaye Edwards
CLARKSVILLE MONTOGOMERY COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM TRAINING WORKSHOP