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Chief Executive Officer

Phone: (650) ***-****  
Local Address:  California , United States
AbilityPath.org
P.O. Box 111
Los Angeles , California 90054
United States

Company Description: AbilityPath.org is an online hub and special needs community for parents and professionals to learn, connect and live a more balanced life - through all phases of a...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    Thrive Alliance
  • Executive Committee Member and Preschool Steering Committee Member
    Peninsula Partnership Leadership Council

Education

  • Harvard Business School
  • Stanford University Graduate School of Business Executive Program for Non-Profit Leaders
  • B.A. , Political Science
    Purdue University
  • M.A. , Special Education
    Ball State University
  • M.A. of Public Health
    University of California at Berkeley
  • MPH , Special Education
    UC Berkeley
141 Total References
Web References
Risk of recurrence of autism in younger siblings higher than thought
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"This study provides us with a great source of information for families and their medical/therapy teams," notes Sheryl Young, CEO of AbilityPath.org.
REPORT REVEALS EPIDEMIC OF OBESITY AMONG CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS, OUTLINES SOLUTIONS
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"For too long the national discussion about obesity has excluded millions of children who are most affected," says Sheryl Young, CEO of Community Gatepath, the nonprofit organization that created AbilityPath.org. "This eye-opening report and Parent Toolkit will allow parents and others to find the right balance of solutions as they work to improve the health, nutrition and fitness of their children with disabilities and special needs. This report shows there is hope and that it is well within reach."
In collaboration with Special Olympics and Best Buddies International, the country's premier organizations representing those with intellectual disabilities, Young announced that AbilityPath.org is launching a nationwide campaign that will engage a broad coalition of parents, health professionals, activists and policy makers to adopt and promote tools for healthier, more active lifestyles among children with special needs and disabilities.
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"Few people understand how many obstacles there are and how few resources on this subject exist," says Young.
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• Who: Sheryl Young, CEO, Abilitypath.org
Executive Team | Community Gatepath
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Sheryl Young
CEO Emeritus
Former Chief Executive Officer of Community Gatepath (Gatepath) and AbilityPath.org, Sheryl Young oversaw one of the largest and oldest nonprofit organizations in San Mateo County. Young has over 25 years of managerial experience in operations, ...
Sheryl ...
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Sheryl Young
CEO Emeritus
Former Chief Executive Officer of Community Gatepath (Gatepath) and AbilityPath.org, Sheryl Young oversaw one of the largest and oldest nonprofit organizations in San Mateo County. Young has over 25 years of managerial experience in operations, finance, and marketing. She is known for her ability to build innovative and sustainable non-profit programs, and is a leader in the field of managing boards of directors, social entrepreneurship, and melding for-profit and non-profit management styles to fuel nonprofit organization effectiveness.
Young is a graduate of the Stanford University Graduate School of Business Executive Program for Non-Profit Leaders, and also earned a M.A. of Public Health from the University of California at Berkeley, a M.A. in Special Education from Ball State University and a B.A. in Political Science from Purdue University. In August of 2007, Young was selected to participate in Harvard Business School's Strategic Perspectives in Nonprofit Management program and given the opportunity to share her expertise and collaborate with other professionals. Only 140 nonprofit executives from around the world were chosen for this program.
Caring Easter Bunny
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"This is an amazing opportunity for families of children with special needs to come out and enjoy a day that has been specifically designed with their needs in mind," said Sheryl Young, CEO of AbilityPath.org, a partner in the program.
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