is an award-winning storyteller, author and teaching artist, performing and leading residencies and professional development workshops nationally and internationally.
A dynamic storyteller, Sherry has appeared in the Manitoba International Storytelling Festival, Taiwan International Storytelling Carnival, International Art of Storytelling Festival (Miami, FL), International Storytelling Center (Jonesborough, TN), Singapore International Storytelling Festival, Manila International Storytelling Festival, and many more festivals, schools, libraries, museums and universities nationwide.
Sherry is a Kennedy Center Teaching Artist, a Wolf Trap Teaching Artist, an Arts Integration Teaching Artist on the rosters of five state arts commissions, as well as Springboard to Learning (Young Audiences) St. Louis and Arts for Learning-Indiana. She leads residencies in preK through high school classrooms across the country and southeast Asia. A former Adjunct Professor at Lesley University, Sherry is a recognized leader in integrating learning through storytelling.
Sherry is co-editor and/or co-author of books that explore rigorous, standards-based storytelling strategies for learning across the curriculum, and many others.