Sheron Mosby

Sheron Mosby (she/her) is the parent of two special needs children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). She became interested in learning more about systems of care when her oldest son could not obtain the services he needed. Sheron is committed to helping families in Northeastern NC with gaining access to quality healthcare and assisting them in reducing the barriers they face when trying to access specialty services and care in their rural communities.

Sheron is active in a wide array of community and state activities. She serves on the local boards of the Local Interagency Coordinating Council, Family Support Network, and Northern Region CFAC. She also participates in several state-level committees, including the NC DHHS Whole Child Health Steering Committee (part of the Division of Child and Family Well-Being), Path 4 Children’s Complex Care Coalition (PATH 4CNC), and the NC DHHS Oral Health Subcommittee. Sheron is also a family leader in the NC DHHS Whole Child Health Division.

Additionally, Sheron has contributed to multiple educational and advocacy events, including the May 2021 “Improving Access to Dental Care for Children and Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities” workshop sponsored by the NC DPH Oral Health Section, and the PATH 4CNC Virtual Convention held in the winter of 2021.

Sheron engages in this work because she dreams that, one day, all families in N.C. will have the necessary access to quality medical and behavioral healthcare in the regions in which they reside.