Go to Content
Columbia College Chicago
Sharon Reese Dalenberg

Sharon Reese Dalenberg

From her start as a newspaper delivery girl with a paper route, to launching a courier business in downtown Chicago, Sharon has grown her business endeavors into CTL Global, Inc., a leading logistics, transportation and technology solutions provider. As President, CEO and Owner of CTL Global, she lends more than 35 years of expertise and leadership to the day-to-day operations of the business. Her extensive management credentials are corroborated by her spirited entrepreneurial ventures, and she currently chairs a group of corporations led by CTL Global.

Sharon is a member of key industry and professional associations including the American Bar Association and the Illinois Chamber of Commerce. She is also active in logistics and transportation industry associations, including the Messenger Courier Association of America, Express Carriers Association, National Association for Retail Marketing Services, and the Brand Activation Association (formerly Promotional Marketing Association). She has served as a member of the Board of Directors for TCF Bank, Standard Federal Bank for Savings, D & N Bank of Michigan, and Chairman of the Board for Northern Illinois Business Association, Red Crown Marketing Company (formerly a division of Amoco). She currently sits on the Board of Republic Bank, and About, Inc., and is a trustee of Elmhurst College, and Columbia College.

Sharon is extremely active in the business community. She has published articles on management, employment law and sexual harassment, and performs executive coaching to top teams of major corporations, specializing in business development, liability strategies, and mentoring programs. Her client list included: Amoco, BP, Masterlock, ACCO World, American Library Association, Fairmont Hotel Corporation, Motorola, Liberty Bank, TCF, and numerous other companies.

Sharon received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Purdue University and her Juris Doctorate from DePaul University.