In 1995, Cheryl left her executive position in the employment industry to Co-found DrGreene.com, the pioneer physician web site (per the AMA). DrGreene.com has had over 90 million unique visitors seeking information about kids’ health.
Shortly after DrGreene.com launched, Cheryl was diagnosed with stage 3, high risk, inflammatory breast cancer. Over the following months she realized that creating DrGreene.com and making as much pediatric and parenting information available for parents as possible was her calling. She has been leading the DrGreene.com team ever since. You can read her personal story here.
Cheryl used her talents in web creation as the Producer of the Princeton Class of 1981 web site. She was rewarded for her volunteer efforts by being officially named an honorary member of the Princeton Class of ’81.
Her past accomplishments include Director of the 1990 pioneering virtual reality extravaganza, Cyberthon, referred to many as the one and only Nerdstock.
She was also one of the Co-founders of the Society for Participatory Medicine and served as the Volunteer Coordinator for SPM from 2008 to 2013. She is on the Parent Advisory Board of Olin College of Engineering.
Cheryl is a mother, a foodie and enjoys participating in yoga classes. She is active in social media and can be found on Facebook and Twitter as MsGreene.