Sherri is passionate about creating lasting impressions on people’s lives. This is evident in her work designing events and marketing collateral. Sherri has a unique ability to take in the big picture, as well as the small important details, that help form long-lasting memories.
As director of communications, Sherri is able to maximize her vast experience working with financial advisor offices, marketing, and event planning. Her responsibilities focus on planning, developing, and implementing marketing strategies, communications, and public relations activities.
Sherri joined Financial Foundations in June 2015. Prior to joining our team, she spent 15 years at Commonwealth Financial Network® in practice management, overseeing field outreach programs, and planning conferences as a member of the Conferences and Events team. This was preceded by five years in sales and marketing for hotels. Sherri has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
Sherri resides in Shrewsbury with her husband, David, and her two children: Jacob and Emma.
Sherri can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 508.620.1000 x111
How do you explain what you do for work to your family and friends?
I am a digital marketer. I connect our brand to our clients and prospects. I do this through social media, website, and email communication. I also love to plan a great event and connect with our clients in person!
If you were not at Financial Foundations what do you think you would be doing?
If I won the lottery, I would be traveling and shopping. Otherwise, I would be working for another company in a marketing and event capacity. I love what I do.
What is your favorite Financial Foundations memory?
Driving a Corvette at a racing event. Although I felt like I was racing, I was told I really wasn’t going very fast at all. Either way, it was a great experience and a lot of fun.
When you are not working, how do you spend your time?
I like to escape in a good book or travel to a great destination, but most of my time is currently spent cheering for my son at his hockey games and my daughter at her soccer games.