Sherita J' Herring is the Founder of the Kreative Images Foundation (K.I.), established in August 1994. With more than 30 years in the business development, nonprofit management, grant procurement and speaking industries, she has spoken to thousands, coached hundreds of organizations, aided in transforming communities across the globe, and met, advised, or been affiliated with a plethora of celebrities, renowned athletes, community and political leaders (see above photos).
Because Sherita J' has been so effective in the nonprofit and grants world, many only think of her as The GRANT Lady -- but there’s so much more to her than meets the eye. Sherita J' is also a motivating speaker, best-selling author, business strategist, and a recognized radio personality (empowering entrepreneurs, teaching grant strategies, educating communities, and more). She is also a corporate trainer (formerly trained for Shell Oil, Sprint, Blue Cross Blue Shield, United Telecom and other Fortune 500 companies).
Five times a year, she speaks at the leading business forum in the U.S. (CEOSpace). CEOSpace is a comprehensive, accelerated business-to-business training program providing MBA level education to hundreds of attendees annually (including 140 countries). At CEOSpace Sherita J' and others, including Bob Proctor, Kevin Harrington, Les Brown, Mark Victor Hansen, Bob Circosta, Tony Robbins, T. Harv Ecker(Sherita and T. Harv also co-authored Law of Business Attraction), and other leading speakers and facilitators, have or currently provide instruction and mentoring for entrepreneurs and top business executives, including Inventors, Real Estate Brokers, Photographers, Authors and more. At CEO Space she speaks on the following: Corporate Governance & Board Development; Grants - The Alternative Revenue Stream and Understanding Charities & Fundraising.
Sheria J' has appeared in numerous news and magazine publications, and on radio and television shows all over the world, while also speaking at business conferences, women's forums, schools, churches, transitional facilities and correctional institutions.
Accomplishments (partial list):
Honored by the Los Angeles Urban League for Business and Community Achievements (December 2010)