Jim Acosta represents a new generation of journalists, who are not afraid to ask the right questions. For around two years, Jim was at the forefront of the wave of journalists’ angst against former US President Donald Trump. The case began with the newly-elected president calling Jim “a real beauty”, and ended in a lawsuit filed by CNN. For Jim Acosta, things were neither going right professionally, nor they were working out personally. In 2017, right when he was going through a heated debate with the White House, Jim Acosta went through a horrible divorce. He parted ways with his wife Sharon Mobley-Stow. While the pair never revealed the exact reasons for the divorce, Jim’s involvement with the White House might have something to do about it. And while most of Jim’s life has been put on display for all to see, little is known about his ex-wife, Sharon. That is why, in this article, we will take a closer look at the life of Sharon Mobley- Stow.
Sharon Mobley Stow is an American nurse and the ex-wife of Jim Acosta, a CNN journalist and the chief White House correspondent. Her zodiac is Sagittarius.
Early Life and Interests:
Sharon Stow was born on the 26th of December 1970, in Severna Park, Maryland, USA. Born to Joy Johnson and W. Kent Stow, Sharon shared most of her early life with her sister, Michelle Marie Stow Vance, and brother, Steven Snow. Born and raised in Severna, Sharon was interested in medicine from a young age. Following her yearnings, Sharon joined James Madison University in Virginia and graduated in 1993.
Much of Sharon’s professional life has remained a mystery. Following her graduation, Sharon worked in the medical field and earned her nursing license on the 14th of September 2015. According to Maryland licensing records, Sharon is a registered nurse in the state of Maryland. Other than her current station as a nurse, not much is known about Sharon.
Meeting Jim and getting married:
Sharon and Jim met during their college years in the early 1990s. They both graduated in 1993 and tied the knot at a private wedding ceremony in Wye of Carmichel United Methodist Church in Queenstown, Maryland in the summer of 1994. In their time together, the pair gave birth to three children, a daughter Harley Acosta, a son Peter Acosta, and a daughter whose name has not been disclosed to the media.
Even though the pair enjoyed a harmonious 24 years as a married couple, things fell apart and the pair called it quits in 2017. The divorce came in July of 2017 at Charles County District Court, Maryland. Following the split, Sharon has removed all traces of herself from the media and has decided to not comment on the divorce. On the other hand, her ex-husband, Jim was at the center of the ongoing feud with officials from the White House, which resulted in a case being filed by CNN, CNN Vs. White House. While Sharon has decided to maintain her distance since the split, Jim is reportedly back in the dating game. According to the news in The New York Post, Jim was seen leaving his apartment with different women.
A quick bio of Jim Acosta:
Jim Acosta was born on April 17, 1971, in Washington, D.C. He grew up in Annandale, Virginia, and attended Annandale High School. He later attended James Madison University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in mass communication in 1993.
Acosta began his journalism career as a desk assistant at WTTG-TV, a Fox affiliate in Washington, D.C. He later worked as a reporter and anchor for local news stations in various cities, including Dallas and Chicago.
In 2007, Acosta joined CNN as a correspondent based in Atlanta. He covered a range of stories for the network, including the 2010 Haiti earthquake and the 2011 Arab Spring uprisings. In 2012, he was named CNN’s national political correspondent and covered the 2012 presidential election.
During the Trump administration, Acosta became CNN’s chief White House correspondent, covering the daily press briefings and other events at the White House. He became known for his confrontational exchanges with President Trump and other administration officials, often challenging their statements and pushing back against their attacks on the media.