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Sharon Dierberger

Sharon Dierberger

Sharon is a correspondent and reviewer for WORLD. She is a World Journalism Institute and Northwestern University graduate. She has served as a university teacher, clinical exercise physiologist, homeschooling mom, businesswoman, and Division 1 athlete. She resides in Stillwater, Minn., with her husband, Bill.

Articles by Sharon Dierberger
Hope in grief

Hope in grief

The Starling brings a comedic touch to a story of loss and marriage

Come From Away sets a piece of the 9/11 story to music

Broadway-based film Come From Away tells the little-known story of a Canadian town that welcomed stranded air travelers on 9/11

COVID-19 restrictions add to athletes’ obstacles this year


CODA’s emotional punch stays true to life as a family’s deaf members struggle to let their hearing daughter chase a newfound dream

Naomi Osaka profiles the Olympic athlete’s success and struggles

Battling a medical impairment, gold medalist swimmer Bowe Becker navigated a winding course to Tokyo

Actress Elizabeth Tabish talks about her role as Mary Magdalene on The Chosen

Weight of Gold documentary spotlights internal struggles Olympic athletes face after the competitions end

New documentary Summer of Soul showcases the soundtrack to a cultural revolution