As Deputy Executive Director, Sheri is responsible for leading Generations United’s ongoing efforts to promote and support the development of intergenerational programs including directing the National Center on Intergenerational Shared Sites and launching the new Intergenerational Best Practices Designation. She provides training and technical assistance to practitioners around the country in developing intergenerational initiatives. Sheri has over 13 years of experience in intergenerational programs and community service efforts. Prior to returning to Generations United in 2000, she worked in Seattle, Washington where she developed, implemented, and evaluated a variety of different school and community based intergenerational programs. Sheri received her Masters of Social Work degree from Boston College with concentrations in macro-practice and gerontology.