Denomination: Roman Catholic
Sharon Kay La Haise-Lewis, American nurse, infection control practitioner. Registered Nurse. Named Outstanding Nursing Educator, 1982, Outstanding Nursing Graduate, San Bernardino Valley College, 1973; recipient 1st place in aerospace medicine, 1959, 1st place award, Westinghouse Corporation, 1958; Alpha Gamma Sigma Society scholarship, 1959, 1970-1971.
AS, San Bernardino Valley College, 1961. AS, San Bernardino Valley College, 1973. Bachelor of Science in Nursing, California State University, Fullerton, 1978.
Master of Science, University California, Riverside, 1982. Certified in education, University California, Riverside. Doctor of Philosophy/Master of Arts in Education and Health Services Administration, Columbia Pacific University, Mill Valley, California, 1985.
Microbiology laboratory assistant San Bernardino Valley College, 1971—1973. Nursing coordinator critical care Kaiser Hospital, Fontana, California, 1973—1978. Western region hospital specialist Merck & Company, Inc., Rahway, 1978—1981.
Assistant director nursing United Health Careers Institute, San Bernardino, 1981—1982. Patient care supervisor Home Health Care Association, Colton, California, 1981—1982. Director infection control, infection surveillance officer Hemet Valley Hospital District, Hemet, 1982—1986.
Infection control officer Security Forces Hospital, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 1986—1987. Infection control officer, director epidemiology Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center, since 1988. Consultant mathematics and science Headquarters United States Army Armor and Desert Training Center, Department Defense, Fort Irwin, California, 1963—1971.
Member AIDs task force Inland Counties Health Systems Agency. Vice president executive board Inland AIDs Project. Consultant in infection control.
Precinct clerk Democratic Party, Colton, 1958. Director wildflower festival Barstow Chamber of Commerce, California, 1962. Art director Colton Recreational Department, 1962.
Southern California educator coordinator Student Vocational Nurses Association, 1981—1982.