Sheri Fisher, Acting Executive Director, Director of Educational Programming
Sheri Fisher is the Educational Programming Director for CONNECT Summit County. She brings to this position over 28 years of experience in business, with 14 of those years in nonprofit organizations including the Colorado Federation of Parents for Drug Free Youth, Kids Voting Mesa County, and the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce.
In every position Sheri has held, she has used her abilities of communication, organization and intuition to lead her as she serves others. With a personal passion for helping individuals, family, friends and communities in the area of mental health, her position with CONNECT Summit County is an ideal match.
Since 2007, Sheri has served an Intuitive Life Coach, a yoga instructor, a writer, and a business owner. Through her work as a life coach, she helps people create balance in their lives, make decisions, and move forward. She firmly believes that the worst way to spend your life is to feel unhappy, stuck or both.
Sheri completed her Masters of Arts in Transpersonal Psychology (with an emphasis in Applied Spirituality) from Atlantic University in 2015, and her Bachelor of Science is in Business Administration (with an emphasis in Marketing) from Colorado State University. She completed her training as a Life Coach in 2007 from Coaches Training Institute, and has been certified as an Experienced Registered Yoga Instructor (E-RYT ® 200) through Yoga Alliance since 2010. Most recently she taught yoga at Tadasana Yoga Studio in Park City, Utah and is in the process of writing a book on how to effectively teach yoga and group exercise programs.
Sheri and her husband, Tom, moved from Colorado to Park City, Utah in October of 2015 after becoming empty-nesters. They have three sons, Jake (22), and twins, Ben and Ross (21). Sheri is currently involved in Leadership Park City, Class 24 whose project focuses on reducing food waste in the landfill. When not working, Sheri can be seen skiing, running, biking, lifting weights, and hiking.