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Sharon Davidson Chang ’84, P’19

TrusteeAB; Chestnut Ridge, New York

Sharon Davidson Chang is currently Vice-President and Talent Agent in the Non-Scripted Television department at the global entertainment, sports and fashion agency, WME (a division of ENDEAVOR).  Chang joined WME in 2014 after the agency acquired the sports marketing and management company, IMG, and is based out of NYC.  She is responsible for representing, managing and developing network, cable, regional and digital entertainment, news and sports host talent, anchors, correspondents, contributors and lifestyle personalities.  Chang is also responsible for representing non-scripted talent and production companies in syndicated and network broadcast entertainment and cable series programming.  Through the years, she has recruited, developed and managed top-tier talent in sports, news and entertainment.

Chang joined IMG in June 1996 as Director of Broadcasting and was promoted to Vice-President, IMG Broadcasting in January 2000.  Prior to joining IMG, Chang spent 12-years at CBS Sports where she launched and built her career in broadcasting starting in 1984 after graduating from Vassar College.  Her experience at CBS spanned across the areas of talent relations, production and programming.  In 1990, Chang served as Director of Talent and Production Planning and Development where she recruited, assigned and strategically developed on-air talent and production personnel for the division. She was also responsible for launching the future careers of some of the most successful producers, directors, and senior management in the network sports broadcasting business through various recruitment initiatives she had developed.

Chang is a member of the Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) and the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ).

She graduated from Vassar College in 1984 where she earned a B.A. in English.  Currently, she actively serves as a Trustee as well as Chair of the Alumnae/i Recognition Committee on Vassar’s Alumnae/i Board.  In addition, as a parent of a current student at Vassar, Chang is a member of the Parent Leadership Council and continues to be involved with Vassar’s Career Networking and Admissions Interview/Recruitment efforts. 

Finally, Chang is a regular Worship Leader and pianist/keyboardist at her local church. She currently resides in Rockland County in New York and is married with three young adult children.