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Ms. Sharon Sikora M.

Activist

SADD Inc

HQ Phone: (508) 481-3568

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SADD Inc

255 Main Street

Marlborough, Massachusetts 01752

United States

Company Description

SADD, the nation's leading peer-to-peer youth education, prevention, and activism organization, is committed to empowering young people to lead initiatives in their schools and communities. Founded in 1981, today SADD has thousands of chapters in middle s ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

National Vice President

MADD CO

Affiliations

Board Member
Foundation for Burns & Trauma Inc

Co-Founder
Ashes

Board Member
Lives

Board Member
Squarespace Inc

Founder
Arizona State chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving

Board Member
3D Prevention Month Coalition

Web References (23 Total References)


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Sharon Sikora
Audit Committee
Sharon Sikora is a national activist and speaker on drunk driving issues. She is also a survivor of a crash caused by a drunk driver. Ms. Sikora has been instrumental in the drafting and/or passage of several laws, most notably Arizona's 1982 DUI law, the passage of raising the drinking age to 21, and the child endangerment law. She is a past national vice president of MADD and a co-founder of MADD-Arizona. Ms. Sikora is a co-founder of the Ashes to Life support group and the Arizona Children's Burn Camp. Active in local and national citizens groups, she currently sits on the board of the Foundation for Burns and Trauma. She speaks to countless groups and organizations, ranging from victim impact panels to adult probation classes to Phoenix College law classes. She is also involved with Arizona SADD and Phoenix Fire Department Fire Pals. Her outreach also includes assistance with Nevada Stop DUI and the Roots and Wings organization, a not-for-profit counseling organization.
Ms. Sikora was appointed by the Arizona Supreme Court to a committee to draft Victims' Rights Legislation. She was also appointed by the Governor to recommend legislation for Juvenile Justice Reform. She has received several awards, including the Twelve Who Care Award, the SADD National Lifetime Achievement Award (2008), the Outstanding Young Woman in America Award (1986), the 1998 Department of Justice National Crime Victim Award, and the 1999 Arizona Attorney General Distinguished Service to Victims of Crime Award. Ms. Sikora has been an advocate for youth on the local, state and national levels and a supporter and activist for SADD for more than 25 years.


SADD's Board of Directors

www.sadd.org [cached]

Sharon Sikora Audit Committee Sharon Sikora is a national activist and speaker on drunk driving issues. She is also a survivor of a crash caused by a drunk driver. Ms. Sikora has been instrumental in the drafting and/or passage of several laws, most notably Arizona's 1982 DUI law, the passage of raising the drinking age to 21, and the child endangerment law. She is a past national vice president of MADD and a co-founder of MADD-Arizona. Ms. Sikora is a co-founder of the Ashes to Life support group and the Arizona Children's Burn Camp. Active in local and national citizens groups, she currently sits on the board of the Foundation for Burns and Trauma. She speaks to countless groups and organizations, ranging from victim impact panels to adult probation classes to Phoenix College law classes. She is also involved with Arizona SADD and Phoenix Fire Department Fire Pals. Her outreach also includes assistance with Nevada Stop DUI and the Roots and Wings organization, a not-for-profit counseling organization.

Ms. Sikora was appointed by the Arizona Supreme Court to a committee to draft Victims' Rights Legislation. She was also appointed by the Governor to recommend legislation for Juvenile Justice Reform. She has received several awards, including the Twelve Who Care Award, the SADD National Lifetime Achievement Award (2008), the Outstanding Young Woman in America Award (1986), the 1998 Department of Justice National Crime Victim Award, and the 1999 Arizona Attorney General Distinguished Service to Victims of Crime Award. Ms. Sikora has been an advocate for youth on the local, state and national levels and a supporter and activist for SADD for more than 25 years.


SADD's Board of Directors

sadd.org [cached]

Sharon Sikora Audit Committee Sharon Sikora is a national activist and speaker on drunk driving issues. She is also a survivor of a crash caused by a drunk driver. Ms. Sikora has been instrumental in the drafting and/or passage of several laws, most notably Arizona's 1982 DUI law, the passage of raising the drinking age to 21, and the child endangerment law. She is a past national vice president of MADD and a co-founder of MADD-Arizona. Ms. Sikora is a co-founder of the Ashes to Life support group and the Arizona Children's Burn Camp. Active in local and national citizens groups, she currently sits on the board of the Foundation for Burns and Trauma. She speaks to countless groups and organizations, ranging from victim impact panels to adult probation classes to Phoenix College law classes. She is also involved with Arizona SADD and Phoenix Fire Department Fire Pals. Her outreach also includes assistance with Nevada Stop DUI and the Roots and Wings organization, a not-for-profit counseling organization.

Ms. Sikora was appointed by the Arizona Supreme Court to a committee to draft Victims' Rights Legislation. She was also appointed by the Governor to recommend legislation for Juvenile Justice Reform. She has received several awards, including the Twelve Who Care Award, the SADD National Lifetime Achievement Award (2008), the Outstanding Young Woman in America Award (1986), the 1998 Department of Justice National Crime Victim Award, and the 1999 Arizona Attorney General Distinguished Service to Victims of Crime Award. Ms. Sikora has been an advocate for youth on the local, state and national levels and a supporter and activist for SADD for more than 25 years.


SADD Press Releases

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Phoenix, Arizona - SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) is proud to recognize Sharon Sikora of Glendale, Arizona, for her lifetime of courage, passion, and activism. SADD President and Executive Director Penny Wells presented Sikora with the SADD Lifetime Achievement Award at the organization's 2008 National Conference in Phoenix last month.

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"Sharon is an inspiration to everyone she comes in contact with," said Wells.
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By working tirelessly with and for SADD students for over two decades, Sharon has earned SADD's highest measure of appreciation."
Sikora is a great example of turning tragedy into a springboard to help others. In 1981, the car she was driving was hit by an impaired driver and became engulfed in flames, causing her to suffer burns over 95 percent of her body. Her experience fueled a passion to assist and improve the lives of victims of crime throughout not only Arizona but the entire United States. Since the crash, she has endured more than 70 reconstructive surgeries, but she has also become a leading advocate for the rights of crime victims and youth safety issues.
Sikora has dedicated more than 25 years of volunteer service. She currently sits on the SADD National Board of Directors and the board for the Foundation for Burns & Trauma. Sikora is also involved with Arizona SADD and Phoenix Fire Department Fire Pals. She established the Arizona State chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD). Her outreach also includes assistance with Nevada Stop DUI and the Roots and Wings organization, a not-for-profit counseling organization.
"It was wonderful to receive a lifetime tribute for working with the youth of Arizona and the nation. I believe it is critical to reach out to teens in a positive non-preaching manner," Sikora said.
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Penny Wells and Sharon Sikora are available for interviews.


SADD Press Releases

sadd.org [cached]

Phoenix, Arizona - SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) is proud to recognize Sharon Sikora of Glendale, Arizona, for her lifetime of courage, passion, and activism. SADD President and Executive Director Penny Wells presented Sikora with the SADD Lifetime Achievement Award at the organization's 2008 National Conference in Phoenix last month.

...
"Sharon is an inspiration to everyone she comes in contact with," said Wells.
...
By working tirelessly with and for SADD students for over two decades, Sharon has earned SADD's highest measure of appreciation."
Sikora is a great example of turning tragedy into a springboard to help others. In 1981, the car she was driving was hit by an impaired driver and became engulfed in flames, causing her to suffer burns over 95 percent of her body. Her experience fueled a passion to assist and improve the lives of victims of crime throughout not only Arizona but the entire United States. Since the crash, she has endured more than 70 reconstructive surgeries, but she has also become a leading advocate for the rights of crime victims and youth safety issues.
Sikora has dedicated more than 25 years of volunteer service. She currently sits on the SADD National Board of Directors and the board for the Foundation for Burns & Trauma. Sikora is also involved with Arizona SADD and Phoenix Fire Department Fire Pals. She established the Arizona State chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD). Her outreach also includes assistance with Nevada Stop DUI and the Roots and Wings organization, a not-for-profit counseling organization.
"It was wonderful to receive a lifetime tribute for working with the youth of Arizona and the nation. I believe it is critical to reach out to teens in a positive non-preaching manner," Sikora said.
...
Penny Wells and Sharon Sikora are available for interviews.

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