Sharon loves to define herself as a human being first of all.
She believes in humanism and is a practitioner of Nichiren Buddhism. She has been a member of the SGI since her mid teens.
"It's difficult but not impossible to respect each human being: it's a daily training to achieve and maintain this attitude, but I'm willing to keep on trying to every day".
Sharon is an active promoter of a healthy lifestyle, which includes both taking care of the body and mind, but also treating carefully our environment: pollution and climate change is a serious topic.
She loves animals and is extremely sensitive to every kind of violence on them.
"I don't eat meat and fish, mainly because I pity their feelings, but in the end I found out it's much healthier too to be a vegetarian, both for myself AND the planet.
At the same time I pay attention to recycling and I really do hate to waste food or having a spoiled attitude towards material things in general."
As consequence of her interest in healthy and wellbeing, she studied nutritionism at the Italian Università Popolare di Naturopatia, and gained her diploma in 2018.
Sharon is also a scuba diver and a yoga practitioner. She gained her yoga teacher certification in 2017.