Sharonda Frazier is a native of Atlanta and after receiving her Bachelors in Political Science from Georgia State University, she spent some time in the corporate world of private wealth management where she was a trust advisor. After realizing her passion for education, she began pursuing her degree, receiving her Masters in Early Childhood Education in 2004. Sharonda began teaching in a private PreKindergarten program as a lead teacher and subsequently taught at Jolly Elementary, a high refugee population school, where she gained valuable instruction in the areas of English language learners, early literacy, and early intervention. She also served as Curriculum Director and Interim Director at North Decatur Parents Morning Out program. As an inclusion teacher for City Schools of Decatur, Sharonda was awarded a grant to implement NeuroNet, a brain-based program to support the Exceptional Student Services program. She recently obtained her Educational Leadership Degree in Brain-Based Learning.
In 2012, Sharonda and her family started a gluten, dairy, nut, and soy free bakery to accommodate the needs of herself, her children, and countless other people she encountered with these dietary restrictions. She is a photography enthusiast and her passion for working with children includes volunteering at local shelters, events supporting the community of autism, and her children’s school as a member of the academic excellence committee. Sharonda lives in Avondale Estates with her husband, two children and two rambunctious dogs.