“Changing the Culture of Leadership One Leader at a Time”
Cheryl is a nationally acknowledged subject-matter expert in organizational and leadership development. Recognized by both the public and private sectors for achieving strong results through innovative practices, she is the recipient of the prestigious W. Edwards Deming Award for Excellence in Training.
As an industry-thought leader and business consultant specializing in strategic planning and organizational development, she helps C-level leadership come to consensus on their company’s desired culture and strategically guides them through the necessary actions to make that desired culture a reality. Cheryl has worked across diverse industries for organizations of all sizes, many of which are geographically dispersed and diverse in population.
Throughout her 30-year career, she has helped set the gold standard in such areas as identifying and implementing talent management strategies in support of sound hiring practices, innovative employee engagement, employee development strategies, retention programs that create stability and policy design and implementation.
In addition, to be a nationally coveted speaker, Cheryl is an associate professor of organizational and leadership development, entrepreneur and author. She currently serves as the Deputy Chief Learning Officer for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) where she has been publicly-recognized for creating a culture shift in employee development managing development 7,800 full-time and 12,000 Reservist employees. Her private sector experience includes management positions in media and broadcasting, merchandising and management consulting, among others.