Sharon Dahlonega Bush Biography
Sharon Dahlonega Bush is an American journalist and former television newscaster. Bush is an American television’s first African-American female weather anchor of primetime news in 1975 at WGPR-TV, the world’s first black-owned-and-operated television station.
Sharon Dahlonega Bush Age
Sharon was born Sharon Daisy Raiford on February 29, 1952, in Greensboro, North Carolina, and resides in Los Angeles, California.
Sharon Bush Education
Bush studied philosophy at North Carolina A&T State University. She later studied at the University of Detroit, the US Naval Air Technical Training Command and Georgia State University at Atlanta.
Sharon Bush Husband
Bush is married to his husband Grant L. Bush since 1994.
Sharon Bush Children | Kids
Bush and her husband Grant have two children, Damian Crews, and Stephen Crews
Sharon Bush Career
Bramble wound up American TV’s first African-American female climate stay of primetime news in 1975 at WGPR-TV, the world’s first dark possessed and-worked TV channel. Sharon Crews (as she was then known) later secured news and climate at CBS and NBC organize members in North Carolina and Tennessee, separately, before turning into an Atlanta, Georgia, journalist and official maker for Black Entertainment Television. Bramble filled in as a morning commentator an ABC offshoot in High Point, North Carolina, at that point authorized as WGHP-TV. She was an official maker of the 1985 National Blues Music Awards.