Sherrie is the Veterinary Behavior Technician at North Carolina State University, College of Veterinary Medicine. Her current duties include supporting the Behavioral Medicine Service, collaborating on behavioral research, educating hospital staff regarding low-stress handling techniques, and teaching veterinary students about behavior. Sherrie's previous employment included small animal general medicine from 1997-2010. In 2011 she earned her VTS (Behavior). Sherrie graduated from Karen Pryor Academy for Animal Training & Behavior (KPA) as a Certified Training Partner (CTP) in 2014. Active in promoting behavior education, Sherrie previously served on the Board of the Society of Veterinary Behavior Technicians and is a member of their 2016 CE Committee. She is also a member of the Examination Committee for the Academy of Veterinary Behavior Technicians and Member at Large for the North Carolina Association of Veterinary Technicians. Other educational efforts by Sherrie include moderation of the message boards for the Veterinary Support Personnel Network and teaching an online program specifically for veterinary professionals as part of Family Paws Parent Education. All of Sherrie's endeavors place emphasis on strengthening the human-animal bond as a foundation to improve well-being.