Brad Sharp, a Frisco resident for 11 years, enjoys entering the Frisco STYLE Magazine Cover Photo Contest each year.
Mr. Sharp has participated in City Hall 101 and Citizens Police Academy, which led him to volunteer for the Citizens on Patrol program. He was appointed to the Frisco Public Art Board by City Council, where he has been the chair for the past two years. He was also recruited to the board of directors for Frisco Arts. He worked closely with members of the Citizens Bond Committee in 2015 to present the proposal and advocate for a successful initiative to allocate an additional $10 million for the construction of the future performing arts center in Frisco. Mr. Sharp is a graduate of Leadership Frisco Class 18, has served on the boards of the Arts and Music Guild and the Heritage Association of Frisco, as well as on the advisory board for several arts organizations.
Mr. Sharp received a heart transplant in 2011. “While I received a bachelor of music degree, I had never worked in the arts professionally or played a role as a volunteer before 2011. I have become very active in the arts again. I found out a couple of years ago that my donor was an artist. I do not know if that had anything to do with my renewed interest, but I like to think that it did,” he shares. Mr. Sharp urges everyone to get the facts about organ donation and register to be a donor.