Sharon Delaney returns to television as Host of My Carolina Today after taking a four year break from anchoring daily newscasts on WNCN.
The Emmy Award winning journalist brings 20 years of experience in front of the camera as well as an entrepreneurial spirit as owner of a consulting company based in Raleigh, North Carolina.
From the Persian Gulf War to John Glenn's historic return to space to the Super Bowl to hurricanes, floods, politics and entertainment, Sharon has covered thousands of stories that have affected people's lives on a daily basis. She has moderated gubernatorial and mayoral debates and she's done one-on-one interviews with the likes of Martin Sheen, Jerry Orbach, Nick Lachey, Martha Stewart and Diane Sawyer.
Before hitting the airwaves in Raleigh, Sharon anchored and reported the news for stations in Orlando, Greensboro, Shreveport, Monroe and Tallahassee. Prior to her career in news, Sharon traveled the world with the Department of Defense's U.S.O. program entertaining American troops as part of “The Florida Girls.”
Community involvement is important to Sharon as she serves on the Board of Directors for the Pay It Forward Fertility Foundation, the Sisko Foundation and the Nickelby Project. She also volunteers on the Advisory Council for the Assistance League of the Triangle and the Communications Committee of the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce. In addition, Sharon works with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and the St. Baldrick's Foundation.
Sharon and her husband Mike McCloud have three children and live in Raleigh.