Sheryl Cook obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology and Secondary Education from Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Montana. She has taken numerous other courses and trainings throughout her career attending Western Montana College in Dillon, Montana and Kenai Peninsula College/University of Alaska in Soldotna, Alaska. Sheryl brings a wide array of experiences in Education, Disabilities, Mental Health, Crisis Intervention, Safety, Philanthropy and Advocacy. Sheryl has worked with both non-profit and for-profit employers, in Montana, New York and Alaska. She has personal experience(s) as a Caregiver with multiple family members and others with various diagnosis and ages. Sheryl is employed as the Coordinator for the National Family Caregiver Support Program for the Kenai Peninsula. She has been a resident in Alaska on the Kenai Peninsula since March of 1991. She was a member of the Keystone Drive Steering Committee and is currently a Board Member with the Central Peninsula Health Foundation as well as currently a Board Member with the Alzheimer’s Resource of Alaska.