About: Sharon Hughes
Founder and President of the The Center for Changing Worldviews & Host of Changing Worldviews TALK Radio
Sharon Hughes is the Founder and President of the The Center for Changing Worldviews and Host of Changing Worldviews TALK Radio since 2003. Saying it like it is on the most critical cultural and political issues of our day, such as national and global government, bioethics, education, the Middle East, racial and religious discrimination, family issues, human trafficking, media bias and the numerous threats facing our nation. Sharon's guests have included Senators and other government leaders, public policy and pro-family experts, authors and journalists, doctors and religious leaders - such as David Horowitz. Michelle Malkin, Joseph Farah, Tom McClintock, George Barna, John Tesh, Rosemary Schindler-Garlow, Rabbi Ayreh Spero, Edwin Black, Jennifer Lahl, Myles Weiss, Wesley J. Smith, Dr. Nigel Cameron, William Federer, Dr. Michael Coffman, Lisa Bevere, Gloria Gaither, Florence Littauer and hundreds of others. An advocate for the innocent, the persecuted and our troops, Sharon continually encourages listeners to boldly support the right and expose the wrong.
Sharon was also Founder of Relationships Seminars, Co-Founder of Women In Christ, and has served on local, state and national boards, and in her local church as a community group leader, Bible Study teacher, Women's Dept. leader, Prayer Team coordinator, and more. A researcher and writer, her column has appeared on numerous news sites including FrontPageMag.com; NewsBusters.org, a division of the Media Research Center, and on Fox News.
Since 1992, when her husband Duane first ran for public office, Sharon has worked to educate and promote civic responsibility so that America will continue to be a land of liberty, respect human dignity and family integrity, as well as public and private virtue.
In addition, Sharon has been the recipient of Leadership Excellence Awards and is a regular guest speaker for community and women's organizations.
"America is the land, not just of my home, but of my heart. Why? Because I understand the hard-won freedoms that make America unique and great. Both sets of my grandparents came to the United States on boats from Eastern European countries to escape oppressive governments. My father fought in WWII & the Korean War to protect the highly valued liberty we enjoy. My husband served both in Vietnam and in three runs for public office for State Assembly and U.S. Congress. And together we have worked to keep the truth known in the public square on the critical issues facing our nation. Why? Because we understand for America to remain great for future generations, it takes the investment of American citizens like those who have gone before us, and like you and like me." - Sharon