Cheryl has more than 25 years experience teaching, training, consulting, managing projects, implementing change efforts, designing curriculums, delivering trainings, and evaluating and implementing organizational programs. For ten years Cheryl served as the co-founder and vice president for a consulting firm supporting government and non-profit programs. She has served as a project manager, a trainer, and consultant for various agencies and organizations, including the Peace Corps, Department of Education, the Department of Labor, the Department of Energy, the Department of Health and Human Services, the Department of Justice, the Department of Homeland Security, the Vermont Council for Quality, Norwich University, the Rutland Regional Medical Center, and VT State Government.
Cheryl has a Bachelor’s in Education and an M.A. in human and organization development from the George Washington University. She has a PhD in Leadership and Change from Antioch University where she did her research on leading change in complex systems.
Cheryl served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Morocco (evacuated during the Gulf War) and the Czech Republic. She is conversant in Moroccan Arabic and Czech languages.