Event Details

What are you thinking about re-inventing in your life?

Ever dream about making a change in your life? What’s stopping you from taking the plunge?  New profession? New personal challenge? New role as a Cornell alum? Changes to living situation? Retirement? Workforce re-entry? 

Let’s explore what makes life changes really happen—and how you can take the first steps to try something new.
Sheryl will guide her presentation and discussion based on your inputs!

Note: Participants will receive an email prior to the event with a copy of the slides and a worksheet that you can complete in advance to make the session more productive for you. 

Date: Sunday, October 11, 2020
Time: 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Location: Zoom
Registration Deadline: Friday, October 9, 2020

Sheryl Hilliard Tucker A&S ‘78
Sheryl Hilliard Tucker helps mission driven organizations become more effective. Leveraging 40 years of change-making experience, Sheryl develops innovative solutions for businesses, nonprofits and professionals in transition.

As Chief External Affairs Officer at AFS Intercultural Programs, she helped develop the first ever global strategy for the world’s leading high school study abroad organization with programs in 100 countries. Sheryl has been chief editor of three national publications: Black Enterprise, Essence and Your Company—and was on the senior executive team that managed Time Warner’s portfolio of more than 100 magazines and digital brands worldwide. Sheryl worked with the National Football League to create a financial boot camp for players to ensure brighter financial futures once their playing days are over.

Sheryl is a Trustee Emerita of Cornell University and a Presidential Councillor. She is a former Mosaic Board Chair, Vice Chair of the Presidential Council of Cornell Women and served on the Cornell Alumni Magazine Board. Sheryl was on the Cornell Alumni Association Board that recently reimagined the university’s alumni affairs strategy.

Sheryl sits on the board of Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan New Jersey. She received her Master’s Degree from Columbia University and attended New York University’s Heyman School of Philanthropy.