Sherry is a passionate speaker who loves to engage audiences with little known truths about daily life in the American West. Her knowledge of food, drinks, people, and places appeals to a variety of events. She’s spoken at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco, the Tallman Hotel in Upper Lake, California, Jesse James’ birthplace, Dodge City, Kansas, genealogy societies, historical venues, and more. She’s also appeared in several documentaries on the History Channel, FoxNews, and the American Heroes Channel. Sherry would be happy to discuss possible speaking engagements with you.
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Testimonials from some of the people who asked her to speak at their events:
“Sherry provided our members with an inspirational, uplifting keynote address that encouraged our members to search themselves and their experiences to become great writers. Her workshops featured a variety of learning activities to get attendees writing and thinking about their writing” —Eliot Parker, President, West Virginia Writers, Inc.
“Sherry presented whiskey facts and stories that explains the link between the history of whiskey and the history of the west in a classroom setting attended by our guests. Everyone was pleased with her depth of knowledge and obvious passion about her work. We’d love to have her come back and present to our guests on any topic that she’s researched as thoroughly as she researched the history of whiskey.” —Lynne Butcher, Proprietor Tallman Hotel & Blue Wing Saloon Restaurant