Shonda Schilling Bio, Wiki
Shonda Michelle is an American Philanthropist born on November 23rd, 1967. She is renown for being the wife to Curt Schilling, an American former Major League Baseball right-handed pitcher and currently a commentator for Blaze TV. On Sunday, August 11th, Curt Shilling said he’s thinking about running for Congress in Arizona.
Shonda Schilling Quick Facts
Born | Age: She was born on November 23rd, 1967 (age 51 years) in Dundalk, Maryland, United States
Husband: Curt Schilling (m. 1992)
Education: Towson University
Children: Grant Schilling, Gehrig Schilling, Gabriella Schilling, Garrison Schilling
Books: The Best Kind of Different: Our Family’s Journey with Asperger’s Syndrome
Organization founded: Shade Foundation of America
Shonda Schilling Background, Education & Children
According to her website, Brewer grew up in Maryland and graduated from Towson State College majoring in journalism. She worked in television production for Home Team Sports in Baltimore until marrying Curt Schilling in 1992.
They have four children and the family resides in Medfield, Massachusetts. One of their children suffers from Asperger’s Syndrome.
Merry Christmas from The Schilling family pic.twitter.com/nXpCLcpIxv
— Shonda Schilling (@ShondaSchilling) December 25, 2015
Shonda Schilling Books
Shonda Schilling is also a New York Times Best Selling Author. Her book, The Best Kind of Different describes the story of her son Grant’s struggle with Asperger’s Syndrome and the heartbreaking and ultimately blissful journey she and her husband took to understanding this often misunderstood syndrome.
Shonda Schilling is a Cancer Survivor
Shonda Schilling is a cancer survivor. Her public battle with malignant melanoma, the most deadly form of skin cancer, has been featured in a number of publications and televisions shows. Shonda invited Good Morning America and the nation into the operating room to witness her fifth and final surgery in the hope that her sun-safety message might inspire others to alter their sun habits.
Shonda Schilling Philanthropy
In 2002, Shonda created The Shade Foundation of America, an organization dedicated to eradicating melanoma through the education of children and the community in the prevention and detection of skin cancer and the promotion of sun safety. The foundation partnered with the Environmental Protection Agency to create SunWise, a program designed to help teachers raise sun safety awareness to children in grades Kindergarten through eight.
Shonda and her husband Curt also work with the ALS Association to help find a cure for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. Since 1992, they have donated and raised over $10 million dollars for the association.
Shonda Schilling & Curt Schilling
Shonda Schilling and Curt Schilling were married in 1992. The two have four children and the family resides in Medfield, Massachusetts. One of their children suffers from Asperger’s Syndrome, A developmental disorder affecting the ability to effectively socialise and communicate.
On Sunday, August 11th. 2019, Curt Schilling said he is thinking about running for Congress in Arizona, where he won a World Series ring with the Diamondbacks in 2001.
“I’m considering going back to Arizona and running for a congressional seat, one of the blue ones,” Schilling, who was the World Series co-MVP along with Randy Johnson when the Diamondbacks won their only world championship, told Armed American Radio on Sunday.
He previously considered a 2018 run against Sen. Elizabeth Warren in Massachusetts, but he told Waters he decided against putting his family through a campaign at that time.
But he said he’s been talking about a run in Arizona with his wife, “and she’s now becoming more and more comfortable.”
“We’re still quite a few discussions away, but, yeah, it’s something that we’re absolutely considering,” he continued.
The president apparently is a fan of Schilling, too, he tweeted “Curt Schilling, a great pitcher, and patriot, is considering a run for Congress in Arizona. Terrific! ”
Curt Schilling, a great pitcher and patriot, is considering a run for Congress in Arizona. Terrific! @foxandfriends
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 13, 2019