Sharon Chung
Administrator, Judicial Council of California
Sharon Chung is the lead Administrative Coordinator supporting the Director of the Center for Families, Children, & the Courts (CFCC) at the Judicial Council of California. She is the executive scheduler for the Director; oversees the departmental wide project portfolio; and manages the operations of all CFCC staff. Prior to joining the Judicial Council, Sharon has worked to train Democratic women to run for public offices nationally at Emerge America; coordinated the statewide Kimberly Ellis campaign for the California Democratic Party Chair; organized for San Francisco’s Shared Schoolyard Project initiative with former Mayor Mark Farrell; represented the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority on the city’s Vision Zero initiative; and served as a legislative aide in City Hall in the Office of Board of Supervisors, Catherine Stefani. Outside of work, Sharon has trained as a state certified volunteer crisis counselor with San Francisco Women Against Rape in the Women’s Building, and she also sits on the Board of Directors for the San Francisco Women’s Political Committee.  In her spare time, you can find Sharon planning events and fundraisers for various causes, phone banking for candidates, reading feminist works, watching documentaries, or training for her next pageant. She is also both Miss World America Washington District of Columbia 2020 and Miss World America San Francisco 2020. Sharon holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Purdue University, with two minors in Women and Gender Studies and Organizational Management.