Over the years, Sherry has enjoyed various professional titles including classical dressage trainer, fitness coach, artist, graphic designer, editor, and publisher. As a graduate student at City University of New York, Hunter College’s Animal Behavior and Conservation Program, she studied anthrozoology, behavioral science, ethics, and welfare with a focus on animals in the food and fashion industries, research, zoos, and sport. This scholarly work reinforced for her the importance of scientific and academic publications in the development of guidelines, policies, and laws that govern human behavior and impact society.
Since then, Sherry has worked with international, traditional publishers like Cambridge University Press; BioMedCentral/Springer Nature; and Taylor & Francis. She co-developed and helped run the publishing and production division of a 501(c)(3) science and technology think tank and research institute press. She has supported academic authors in preparing and publishing their scholarly work, helped independent authors, leaders, and public figures publish award-winning books, and assisted creative entrepreneurs in improving their marketing materials.
For more than a decade, academic and entrepreneurial thought leaders have trusted Sherry’s creativity, technical skill, and customized editing and design solutions for expertly-produced, non-fiction publications ranging from books to brochures. Her integrity, appreciation of beauty, and attention to detail and quality assure stylistic execution of her final products. Sherry is a valuable, results-driven professional partner who treats each client and project with respect, appreciation, and care. Her professionalism, interest, sense of humor, and strong interpersonal skills sustain her work with international authors, publishers, collaborators, and colleagues from a variety of professions, professional levels, and academic and public-interest specialties.