- Author and journalist covering health and wellness, social issues, parenting, and mental health for more than 20 years
- Certified professional life coach
- Certificate of completion from Ohio State's Patient and Community Peer Review Academy
Sherri Gordon, CLC is the author of nearly 30 books for young readers. Her book on food allergies—Peanut Butter, Milk, and Other Deadly Threats—was honored as an Outstanding Science Trade Book for Students K-12. She also has written books on mental health, social issues, and technology. You can view a list of her books by visiting her Amazon profile.
In addition to authoring books for young readers, Sherri also is the former editor of Columbus Parent magazine and has contributed articles to various online sites including Health, Verywell Family, Verywell Mind, eHow, and SleepCare.
She has countless years of experience researching and writing articles on health and social issues including everything from bullying prevention and healthy relationships to sleep apnea, health conditions, and general wellness.
When Sherri is not busy writing, she volunteers with various community groups that help support those who struggle with food insecurity. She also assists schools and other groups in developing bullying prevention programs.
Sherrie received a Bachelor of Arts from Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio.
She also earned a Certificate of Completion from Ohio State's Patient and Community Peer Review Academy, where she frequently serves as a community reviewer for grant requests for health research.
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