Sherry Surratt serves as CEO and President of Mothers of Preschoolers International (MOPS), an organization that equips and encourages young women as moms and leaders. Prior to joining MOPS, Sherry served as director of innovation at Leadership Network, a Dallas based organization that helps church teams implement new ideas in ministry. Sherry has an extensive background in education and ministry and served for eight years on the staff of Seacoast Church, a multisite church in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina.
Sherry is passionate about women reaching their potential in mothering and leadership, and maximizing their potential in their families, their communities, and their world. She speaks at conferences and churches nationwide and is a contributing author to MomSense magazine, a publication for young moms, and also www.orangeparents.org.
Sherry knows that coffee is the ultimate beverage and loves hanging out with her pastor husband, her two great kids, her daughter-in-love, and her most brilliant grandbaby, Maggie Claire.
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