Sherrie joined Haverford in July 2015 as the Director of Access and Disability Services (ADS). Her main roles include supporting students with disabilities, meeting with them to provide information about ADS, and determining and arranging accommodations. She also works closely with faculty and staff to increase disability awareness through numerous campus programs, workshops and events. In addition, she works with colleagues in Haverford’s office of Instructional and Informational Technology Services to implement Universal Design for Learning practices. Finally, Sherrie has revamped campus policies and processes to adhere to best practices in higher education disability support.
She holds a B.A. in Psychology from Syracuse University and earned her M.S.Ed. in Psychological Services from the University of Pennsylvania.
Sherrie enjoys outdoor activities such as running, biking or just relaxing on a beach (one of her favorites). She also enjoys going to flea markets and shopping for antiques. Born and raised outside Philadelphia in Cheltenham Township, she now lives a few minutes from Haverford College with her two children.