Sharon H. Douglas

Sharon Douglas

Sharon H. Douglas of Muscogee County is the Vice President of Human Resources, Services for AFLAC, Incorporated in Columbus, with responsibilities for employee relations, employment services, corporate training and development, employee and community services, internal communications and most recently diversity and retention. She was appointed to the State Board of Technical and Adult Education in 2001 by Governor Roy Barnes to represent the State-at-Large and currently chairs the Business Operations, Technology and Administration Committee and also serves on the Academic Standards and Programs Committee.

She is Vice Chair of AFLAC’s Corporate Foundation, a commissioner of the Columbus Housing Authority and board member for the American Cancer Society. Prior to joining AFLAC in 1996, Ms. Douglas was the Vice President of Customer and Employee Services for the City of Columbus’ public utility. She is a native of Louisiana and graduated with a Computer Science/Business degree from Southern University and A&M College in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

 

 

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