Sharon Black is an international telecommunications attorney and engineer combining her skills to time-critical applications such as disaster recovery and Health Information Technology (HIT). Her second book, A current book,“Health Information Technology: New Frontiers in Healthcare” is to be released Fall of 2018.
Sharon has served as adjunct faculty at the University of Colorado, University of Minnesota, and Denver College of Law for telecommunications and law courses.
Sharon Black is bi-lingual, fluent in both English and Spanish and has lived in the U.S., Costa Rica, and Europe.
Sharon Black is a sought-out speaker at numerous international telecommunications conferences and programs. When she’s not traveling she practices law from her Colorado office.
Sharon's background in both law and telecommunications uniquely qualifies her to discuss not only the technical aspects of telecommunications but their impact on society in general. Sharon has the ability to match her discussions to the appropriate level for any particular audience, and she is a lively and interesting speaker as well.
Sharon Black’s speaker topics include:
- Information Communication Technology (ICT)
- Cloud Computing
- Internet Law and Privacy
- Disaster Recovery
- Healthcare Information Technology (HIT)
Sharon starts with customer needs and helps attendees understand the telecom products that meet those needs. You walk out understanding how the products work and what to recommend to your clients.