Leslie Earhart first displayed a passion for public service and community involvement when the E.T.S.U. graduate started working as a videographer and reporter at WCYB. She immediately won both professional and popular acclaim for her writing, integrity, and poise. This same desire to search for the truth and help others acquire needed information led the beautiful blonde to increased contact with the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office and her curiosity about police procedures and policies made her a natural for her present role as the Public Information Officer for the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office. After completing a demanding 10 weeks of police academy training she began her career as the department’s contact person for members of the community or of the press in search of accurate and reliable information about police matters and community services offered by the sheriff’s office. She continues to serve the area with her characteristic intelligence, dedication to duty, and a love of interaction with the citizens she interacts with on a daily basis.
Leslie is also an avid reader and she was kind enough to share some of her own favorite titles with your local library. We appreciate her time and consideration.
“I read a variety of books but I find it is the more inspirational ones that end up on my list of favorites.
The Power of Positive Thinking by Dr. Norman Vincent Peale
Stay: Lessons My Dogs Taught Me About Life, Loss, and Grace by Dave Burchett
Lincoln on Leadership by Donald T. Phillips
In addition to those mentioned above I also enjoy a good suspense novel from time to time.