Sharon Delmar

Ms. Delmar is a marketing and communications professional with more than 20 years of experience and is currently the Public Relations Tribal Liaison for the Poarch Band of Creek Indians in Atmore, AL. She has worked as an advisor to formulate public and private sector opinion regarding communication issues, and is a certified and trained in crisis communications. She has worked with various communities, government (all levels), organizations, and has been a part of multiple media campaigns garnering regional and national success.

Ms. Delmar worked many years in the Entertainment Industry prior to joining Poarch Creek, most notably at Opryland Music Group a division of Gaylord Entertainment, Nashville, TN, American Society of Composers, Authors, and Musicians (ASCAP), Atlanta, GA and Arista Records a division of SONY Music, Nashville, TN. She administered copyrights for songwriters, and was instrumental in marketing and promotion of several major entertainment artists.Ms. Delmar graduated from Belmont University in Nashville, TN with a Bachelor of Business Administration, from the world renowned Mike Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business. While at Belmont, she was a member of the Belmont School of Music Women’s Choir.

Ms. Delmar has served on numerous boards and committees over the years, currently she serves on the following: Alabama Restaurant and Hospitality Board of Directors (ARHA) and the Alabama Bicentennial Advisory Committee. Ms. Delmar was born into a musical family and grew up on a working “third” generation farm in Northwest Florida, and attributes these for her love of music and a strong work ethic. She currently lives in Atmore with her husband Mark, and they have one adult son.

Ms. Delmar serves on the Council's long-range planning committee.


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