In recognition of October also being the month for awareness of Domestic Violence, I’m sharing my god-daughter’s personal tale in hopes that other young women will be inspired to walk away! http://firstname.lastname@example.org
In October 2008, just two months shy of my 41st birthday, I was diagnosed with invasive ductal carcinoma of the right breast. After a partial mastectomy, 15 rounds of chemotherapy and 33 treatments of radiation, I developed lymphedema of my right arm, hand and fingers. Lymphedema is a condition of localized fluid retention and tissue […]
As long as I have experienced success, I have shared and helped others in need. But in February 2009, it the midst of chemotherapy for a recent breast cancer diagnosis, a newly diagnosed potentially life threatening congenital heart defect and still days from the death of my mother, I was now the one in need. […]
Dr. Sheri brought tears, laughter, inspiration and motivation to the eyes, hearts and minds of the thousands of people who attended the convocation. This internationally diverse audience included people of all ages, ethnicity, and nationality who traveled from nearly every continent to celebrate the graduation of nearly 1000 graduates from the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences of Northwestern University. […]
Dr. Sheri brought forth the Word of God as she shared her powerful testimony of her deliverance through multiple life threatening circumstances. The service was followed with food, fellowship and a book signing event.