The granddaughter of a newspaper editor, Sherry began copywriting at a young age. She wrote for her church and the American Consulate newsletters while growing up in Europe and Asia, expressing an adolescent view of current events and social happenings. Upon returning to Texas, she contributed to student newsletters and newsletters of various sports and social groups around the Houston area.
Sherry began her advanced studies with an unspecified major. Her natural curiosity led her to take courses ranging from geology, astronomy, biological sciences and advanced math to literature, journalism, technical writing, history, and anthropology.
Sherry graduated from the University of Houston Downtown’s College of Business with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accountancy and attained a Master of Business Administration in 2006 from the University of Phoenix while living in Honolulu, Hawai’i.
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Sherry joined the professional world after completing her studies. She spent time in stock transfer at Texas Commerce Bank. She then moved on, entering the oil and gas industry as an accountant.
Sherry’s love for science brought her to health care industry in 1993. Her gift for both written and spoken communication was quickly recognized. She was promptly enlisted to develop business plans and presentations for service expansion and to design and present employee training programs.
Sherry decided to follow her dream of freelance writing in 2011. Enjoying her independent contractor status, Sherry partnered with a marketing firm in Houston. She has created web content and business plans for various businesses and individuals Houston metro area. She has written web copy, articles, and blogs in the automotive, architectural, entertainment, and legal arenas.
Sherry presently divides her time between Houston and Dripping Springs, a small town just west of Austin, Texas. When she isn’t writing, you can find her sampling the vast artistic variety in Houston and Austin, fishing, or exploring the backcountry of central Texas.