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A former Navy wife, and WestPac Widow, Sheryl Roush has great compassion and admiration for those who serve our country. Sheryl was twice crowned “Ms. Heart of San Diego” for her stellar contributions to battered and homeless women in her community.
Today, she is the President/CEO of Sparkle Presentations, Inc., and an 8-time business owner, with 35 years experience in communication. She works with organizations on business success to: increase intrinsic motivation; boost morale; inspire employee engagement; drive productivity; foster team spirit and personal pride; elevate customer service; generate business and client loyalty. Clients bring her on-site to address staff in their workplace, speak at association meetings, conference keynotes and breakout session, seminars, kick-off events and to facilitate retreats.
Programs are high-content and highly-tailored, delivered with a motivational style and tone, creating immediate results. Clients range from associations, biotech, direct sales, education, finance, government, healthcare, hospitality and tourism, insurance and lawyers and law enforcement, manufacturing, military, real estate, retail, technology, transportation, and women in business.
Her 35 years of diverse experience and expertise blends skills for communicating: in person (interpersonal, teams, leadership, interviewing) in public (speaking, training, sales presentations, media interviews, social media), and in print (sales and marketing, graphic design and advertising).
Known as the Sparkle-Tude!® Expert, Sheryl is an internationally top-rated speaker, and was only the sixth woman to earn the elite Accredited Speaker designation from Toastmasters International, from 4.4 million members in 120 countries.
Her keynotes, workshops and retreats rekindle the spirit, raise the bar, and create excitement. Sheryl has presented on programs alongside Olivia Newton-John, Suze Orman and Good Morning America’s Joan Lunden. She has opened conferences for Marie Osmond, and closed for Geena Davis.