Sharon Rolph M.A.
Sharon Rolph is a retirement coach inspiring Baby Boomers to re-purpose their skills and revive their dreams by considering expansive possibilities. “If you can dream it, it is possible.” People are introduced to her work through her What Do I Want to Do in Retirement workshops, her Re-Imagining Retirement column in MyEdmondsNew.com, her Boomers MeetUp group and on her business site EffortlessVtitality.org. She is also an analyst, communicator and systems thinker. Her optimistic perspective and interactions incite creative synergy.
Sharon expresses her unique creative side by bringing her love of color and patterns together with words of wisdom and inspiration. These postcard-sized wall hangings are powerful fabric art creations, encompassing the precision of patchwork quilting with wisdom of the ages. Her art promotes building courage, curiosity and possibility with reverence for spirit and desire. These “Small Space” works of art encourage each of us to: “Follow our dreams. They know the way.” (Her creations can be seen in the Etsy store QuiltedPetunia.)
Sharon grew up in the Puget Sound and Eastern Washington, where she pursued an advanced education in Behavioral Science, Administration and Technical Arts. She worked for Boeing in Tukwila and Everett, and 19 years for GTE in Everett and Tampa.