Cheryl graduated with a Master’s degree in Audiology from Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia, in 1984. She completed her undergraduate degree, (BSc), specializing in Psychology, from the University of Alberta in Edmonton.
Cheryl worked as an audiologist in public health in the Northwest Territories and in Alberta for nine years before entering into private practice in 1993. She has served on a number of committees for the Alberta College of Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists. She is currently a sessional instructor with the Hearing Aid Practitioner program at Grant MacEwan University. Cheryl is passionate about working diligently with clients to achieve better hearing.
In her spare time Cheryl enjoys renovating her 90-year-old home, walking her three dogs, and studying psychology.