Sheryl J. Brannon - Program Development

Sheryl J. Brannon is a multi-faceted professional transforming strategic plans into workable solutions, building strategic partnerships, and client relationship management. With an extensive experience as a strategic, inclusive and collaborative professional, she brings a board set of skills applicable across different industries, roles and engagement. She believes in the power of our shared experiences and committed to bringing people together to learn, to connect, and create a positive business impact in an ever-changing environment.

Prior to operating Strategic Partnerships International, Ms. Brannon served as Director of Conference Management for Caribbean-Central American Action; Director of Conference Services for Council for Advancement and Support of Education and American Society of Civil Engineers providing overall strategic and conference management execution. In her past life Ms. Brannon worked in the Corporate World on Wall Street for 13 years with Merrill Lynch, PaineWebber and Kidder Peabody.

Ms. Brannon provided a range of experiences from strategic management, collaborative partnerships, conference and event management, and speaker management for the following organizations, but not limited to: National Society of Black Physicists, National Science Foundation, Department of Education, Health Resources and Services Administration, and The American Institute of Architects, AMS Meetings Solution (AHAA Voice of Hispanic Marketing), LLB Enterprises, Inc. (Department of Defense), and the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID). Managing and development budgets up to $2M.

Ms. Brannon graduated from Bernard M. Baruch College, CUNY and received her Bachelor of Business Administration degree and her Masters of Business Administration from Trinity Washington University, Washington DC. Ms. Brannon is a Certified Meeting Professional (CMP) and served on the Board of Directors for the Potomac Chapter of Meeting Professionals in Washington, DC and the New York City Chapter.

Ms. Brannon is a native of Belize, Central America and currently resides in Maryland.