My Life at the World Trade Center

My Life at the World Trade Center

Sharon Smith walked into the World Trade Center in the fall of 1979 and into a career there spanning more than twenty years. In her book, My Life at the World Trade Center, she describes the grounds, stores and open areas that were decorated with beautiful flowers, the concourse shopping mall, and the frequent concerts held on the plaza to be enjoyed by all. Under the mentorship of several managers and supervisors, with the encouragement of her co-workers at The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, and with the miraculous help of the Lord, she grew from a struggling welfare mother into a professional office administrator and Human Resources Representative. On February 26, 1993, Sharon was trapped for four hours in an interzone elevator when a bomb exploded in the basement. Sharon tells how she felt moving back into the World Trade Center after the first bombing. Sharon Smith also recounts her escape from Tower One on September 11, 2001. You will be enlightened of how life was at the ‘old’ World Trade Center after reading this book!