Sharon Shipley Zubricky recently retired after a 35-year career as an educator.
During that time span she worked as a sixth-grade mathematics teacher at Community Middle School in the West Windsor-Plainsboro Regional School District (2010–12), as a computer resource teacher at Millstone River School in the same district (1995–2010), as the Computer Education Supervisor for the Hillsborough Township Public Schools (1983–92), and as a mathematics teacher at Notre Dame High School in Lawrenceville, N.J. (1976–83).
Throughout her career, Zubricky has brought both her mathematics and technology expertise to the classroom working with both students and teachers to successfully integrate technology into the classroom setting.
Zubricky is now actively involved with the Church of St. Gregory the Great in Hamilton Square, N.J. At St. Greg’s, she coordinates and teaches the junior high/ high school Right of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) program.
This program is designed to help those young teenage men and women who need to complete sacramental preparation either as a catechumen for full initiation into the Catholic faith or as candidates for other sacraments.
She also serves the parish as a Sacristan for Eucharist celebrations, a Lazarus Minister helping families to prepare for the Liturgical celebration of the funeral of a loved one, as a Eucharistic Minister and coordinates special Eucharistic celebrations for the parish.
A 1976 Cabrini College graduate, Zubricky earned a bachelor of science degree in mathematics and a bachelor of arts degree in psychology. She holds a master’s degree in education in student personnel services from the College of New Jersey, receiving her degree and Principal/Supervisor Certificate in 1979.
Zubricky has remained involved at Cabrini over the past 36 years as an active member of the Alumni Association. She served on the Cabrini College Alumni Board (1984–88) and presently serves on the Alumni Board as an Alumni Trustee.
She has coordinated and planned the Alumni Weekend Liturgy for the past 12 years, among various other events. She serves on the Governance Committee of the Alumni Board and most recently spearheaded the revision of the Alumni Association By-Laws and Operating Guidelines. She was honored in 2006 with the Alumni Association’s Distinguished Service Award.
She and her husband, John, reside in West Windsor, N.J. They have one son, Marc, who graduated from Cabrini College in 2009 with a degree in Information Systems, with a concentration in Internet Computing and a minor in Computer Information Science.