Sheri started her second career after retiring from AT&T where she held positions in Regulatory and as Director of Sales for the Government, Education and Medical markets. In addition, she served as a government lobbyist and received the 1999 Computerworld Smithsonian Award for her work on the Kentucky Information Highway, a public private partnership project. Upon retiring from AT&T, Sheri became a partner at Commonwealth Leverage, a consulting firm specializing in healthcare business development. In 2014 she was recruited to join InnovateLTC as Chief Operating Officer and left in November 2015 to establish the not for profit innovation center focused on wellness and aging, known as the Thrive Center.
Boards: Metropolitan Louisville Women’s Political Caucus Executive Board
Awards & Recognition: 2006 Award for Top Sales Director BellSouth; 2006 BellSouth Pinnacle Club Award; 2004 BellSouth Pinnacle Club Award; 2000 BellSouth Business Peak Performer Award; 1999 BellSouth Business Aspirations Shareholder Award; 1998 BellSouth Telecommunications President’s Award; 1995 BellSouth Telecommunications CIO Award
Education: B.A. Psychology and M.Ed. Educational Psychology, University of Louisville.