Mrs. Shardal Rose has over 10 years of public service experience. In 2011, Mrs. Rose began her career as a Telecommunicator with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department (CMPD) in Charlotte, North Carolina. In 2017, Mrs. Rose joined the CMPD Victim Service Unit servicing families of homicides and traffic fatalities. Mrs. Rose was essential in creating the first unit budget, policies and procedural manual, and is responsible for training new staff members. Mrs. Rose also managed special events for the Office of the Chief for four years. In 2017, Ms. Rose became a Certified Victim Service Practitioner through the North Carolina Victim Assistance Network and currently serves a board member. Mrs. Rose earned her National Advocate Credential in 2020. Mrs. Rose is also a certified Grief Recovery Specialist, helping grievers maneuver through their healing process. Mrs. Rose serves as the Secretary for the Crime Victims’ Coalition, an organization committed to protecting the rights of crime victims. Mrs. Rose earned her bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Winthrop University and her master’s degree in Victim Service Management from Sam Houston State University.
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