Leroy Sharpe, Jr. is a U.S. Army Retired Lieutenant Colonel from Portsmouth, Virginia who currently resides in Fayetteville, NC.  He is married to Sonja (of Greensboro, NC) and has one son, Brandon (of Jacksonville, FL).  In 2012, he retired from the military after 22 years as an Engineer Officer.  In July of 2019, he retired from the NC Department of Education as a Senior Army JROTC Instructor.  He currently serves as the Executive Director of the Sharpe Male Mentoring Foundation and CEO of 2Sharpe Enterprises, LLC.  He has published two previous books; “How to succeed as an Officer in Today’s U.S. Army”, was released in 2012 and “Crossroads of the Black Man in America”, was released in 2016.   Sonja Sharpe, was born in Brooklyn, NY, raised in Greensboro, NC and reside in Fayetteville, NC with her husband Leroy. Sonja attended NC A&T State University and received a BSW in Social Work. She then went on to Norfolk State University and received her MSW in Clinical Social Work. Sonja’s passion has always been to work with Hospice and Palliative Care as well as work with our Veterans in whatever capacity needed. She worked as a previous Case Manager for Cumberland County Community Development where she met several Veterans while assisting the homeless/domestic violence clients. Her drive to help those in need continued as the Program Director for the Sharpe Male Mentoring Foundation working with our youth.  " /> Leroy Sharpe, Jr. is a U.S. Army Retired Lieutenant Colonel from Portsmouth, Virginia who currently resides in Fayetteville, NC.  He is married to Sonja (of Greensboro, NC) and has one son, Brandon (of Jacksonville, FL).  In 2012, he retired from the military after 22 years as an Engineer Officer.  In July of 2019, he retired from the NC Department of Education as a Senior Army JROTC Instructor.  He currently serves as the Executive Director of the Sharpe Male Mentoring Foundation and CEO of 2Sharpe Enterprises, LLC.  He has published two previous books; “How to succeed as an Officer in Today’s U.S. Army”, was released in 2012 and “Crossroads of the Black Man in America”, was released in 2016.   Sonja Sharpe, was born in Brooklyn, NY, raised in Greensboro, NC and reside in Fayetteville, NC with her husband Leroy. Sonja attended NC A&T State University and received a BSW in Social Work. She then went on to Norfolk State University and received her MSW in Clinical Social Work. Sonja’s passion has always been to work with Hospice and Palliative Care as well as work with our Veterans in whatever capacity needed. She worked as a previous Case Manager for Cumberland County Community Development where she met several Veterans while assisting the homeless/domestic violence clients. Her drive to help those in need continued as the Program Director for the Sharpe Male Mentoring Foundation working with our youth.  " />

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Leroy Sharpe, Jr. is a U.S. Army Retired Lieutenant Colonel from Portsmouth, Virginia who currently resides in Fayetteville, NC.  He is married to Sonja (of Greensboro, NC) and has one son, Brandon (of Jacksonville, FL).  In 2012, he retired from the military after 22 years as an Engineer Officer.  In July of 2019, he retired from the NC Department of Education as a Senior Army JROTC Instructor.  He currently serves as the Executive Director of the Sharpe Male Mentoring Foundation and CEO of 2Sharpe Enterprises, LLC.  He has published two previous books; “How to succeed as an Officer in Today’s U.S. Army”, was released in 2012 and “Crossroads of the Black Man in America”, was released in 2016.

  Sonja Sharpe, was born in Brooklyn, NY, raised in Greensboro, NC and reside in Fayetteville, NC with her husband Leroy. Sonja attended NC A&T State University and received a BSW in Social Work. She then went on to Norfolk State University and received her MSW in Clinical Social Work. Sonja’s passion has always been to work with Hospice and Palliative Care as well as work with our Veterans in whatever capacity needed. She worked as a previous Case Manager for Cumberland County Community Development where she met several Veterans while assisting the homeless/domestic violence clients. Her drive to help those in need continued as the Program Director for the Sharpe Male Mentoring Foundation working with our youth. 


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