Sharon Danquah joined the WSMV4 Nashville team as a reporter in 2022.
Before coming to Music City, Sharon was a reporter at WCTI 12 in New Bern, North Carolina. There she covered high profile stories such as the deputy involved shooting death of Andrew Brown Jr., marching alongside protesters and CNN crews as they shed light on an ongoing investigation. Sharon has also tracked hurricanes throughout Eastern North Carolina, uncovered mold and poor air quality in schools, covered the 2020 presidential election, and much more.
Before moving to New Bern, Sharon spent two months interning as a reporter in West Africa for Joy News in Accra, Ghana. She uncovered poor food quality and shed light on traffic issues that could save lives. Sharon graduated from the University of Miami with a major in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Sports Administration. During her time at Miami, Sharon worked as a sports and news reporter for UMTV's SportsDesk and NewsVision, two shows on the University's student-run television program. She was also a member of the University of Miami's Women's tennis team, playing singles and doubles. While in college, Sharon interned for the University of Miami's Athletic Broadcast Department, shooting game footage for the ACC Network and ESPN.
Sharon loves trying out new restaurants, cooking, playing tennis, working out, and doing ceramics in her free time.
While Sharon grew up in West Chester, Ohio, she now calls Music City her new home, and she's excited to tell stories of people in the mid-state.