Sheri holds a Bachelor’s degree in English from Drew University and a Master of Science in Social Work from Columbia University with a concentration in clinical practice in health, mental health and disabilities. Post-graduate work includes a certificate in clinical field work supervision from Fordham University. Formerly a private practitioner, Sheri has provided individual, couples and group therapy for clients of diverse ethnic, cultural, and socio-economic backgrounds. Presently the Executive Director of Bright Future Foundation, Sheri is the authorized agent for BFF and is responsible for all fiscal, clinical, technical, legal and policy aspects of the organization. During the course of her career she has supervised numerous human service disciplines including child protective services, adult protective services and developed adult and child case management initiatives. In addition to her work at BFF, Sheri presently serves as co-chair of the Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Vice-President of the Eagle River Youth Coalition. Sheri is a dynamic leader and public speaker with a lifelong commitment to advocacy and philanthropy on behalf of at-risk and underserved populations.