Sharon Bronson represents District 3, a sprawling district of 7,403 square miles extending from central Tucson to the U.S. Mexico border. District 3 includes the communities of Flowing Wells, Picture Rocks, Amado, Arivaca, Three Points/Robles Junction, and Ajo, portions of Sahuarita and Marana, and all of the Tohono O’odham Nation.
Since elected to the Pima County Board of Supervisors, Sharon Bronson has led the charge for balanced smart growth strategies and effective economic development strategies. She was the first woman to be elected Chairman of the Pima County Board of Supervisors.
As a County Supervisor, Sharon advocates for economic development strategies that provide high-wage jobs growth, reduced economic disparity, and improved regional livability. These approaches are essential for Southern Arizona to remain competitive in a 21st-century global economy.
Sharon is also a strong proponent for criminal justice reform that provides equal protection under the law for all. Law enforcement resources must focus on real threats to public safety.
Sharon was a leader in the development and implementation of Pima County’s Award-winning Sonoran Desert Conservation Plan. The Conservation Plan protects and preserves Pima County’s unique cultural assets, historic places, and environmentally sensitive lands while assuring that new growth pays for itself.
Sharon currently serves on the Chairman’s Circle for Sun Corridor Inc. and is a board member of Visit Tucson and serves as the Pima County representative to the Arizona Border Counties’ Coalition. She has served as President of the Arizona County Supervisor’s Association of Arizona and President of the U.S./Mexico Border Counties Coalition.
Sharon earned her Business Administration/Accounting degree from the University of Arizona and is a member of the Business Honorary Beta Gamma Sigma.