Sharon Lyn Stackpole is a disability and legislative advocate with an art and writing background. She has a B.A. from West Virginia State University and is pursuing an M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.
She wrote and illustrated a book on Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) and how it affects children, especially those with attention deficit hyperactivity disorders and autism spectrum disorders.
Her artwork is a means of visual communication and healing through expression.
She studied painting and art history at West Virginia University under the tutelage of the renowned professor and art historian Marian Hollinger.
She is an affiliate member of the Global Art Agency in London and has exhibited in San Francisco, New York, Montreal, Barcelona, Tokyo and Macedonia. In January 2015 her artwork was auctioned in a charity gala benefiting Doctors Without Borders at the Blenheim Palace through the GAA. She is a recipient of the Berliner Art Prize 2016.