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Sheryl Silbaugh
Sheryl Silbaugh

Biographies always start out with the roles that we have in life - The fact that I am married, (this year it will be 42 yrs), that we have raised four children, three boys and 1 girl, and we currently have 13 grandchildren, tells you that I am a wife and mother and now grandmother.  This is the role of a stable married woman.

The fact that I am a Senior Vice President at one the worlds largest banks, tells you I have a successful career, which is another role.  This adds the layer of "corporate career woman", to the above picture in the mind of the reader.

When I tell you that I am also a Reiki Practitioner and certified herbalist and aromatherapist, you might get a slighter different picture.  These roles might have you scratching your head as to how the stable married corporate career women fits in with alternative medicine.

The most important role though, is one of helping others.  The roles that make me the happiest are that of starting my own nonprofit "LemonadeMakers" which is structured to help other nonprofits be more successful, and of being a BraveHeart Woman.  

Braveheart Women came into my life with divine timing.  I had just been through a terrible experience of my nephew being murdered and was trying to be there for my sister.  This community helped me to align with my purpose (LemonadeMakers) and gave me tools to transform my life.

It is a joy and my personal privilege to be a Certified Female Quantum Journey Coach and help other women visionaries wake up and get out of their way to recognizing and accomplishing their life's purpose.  As women we are so much more than the roles we have been given throughout our life.  I welcome you to our community and I joyously celebrate you, as you blossom with us, one petal at a time.

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Transforming Resistance

Sheryl Silbaugh
Sheryl Silbaugh 8/19/2015