Cheryl Lindsay – Curator Award

May 03
11:15 2016

Cheryl Lindsay is the Founder of  Red H.E.A.R.R.T (Help Educate & Reduce Risk Today) Initiative which advocates Heart Health in children, teens and women.  Cheryl strongly believes that knowledge is power.  With education and awareness of the issues, you are empowered to make informed decisions and get moving toward a heart healthy lifestyle.

In February 2013, Cheryl organized the largest Zumbatomic Class ever, resulting in 1,125 students and Mayor Allen Joines setting the Guinness World record.  Cheryl is a member of the Forsyth County Go Red Council for Women. She has received numerous awards and accolades over the last decade. Her endless volunteering efforts in 2014 also earned her the President Barack Obama Volunteerism Award, the Governor’s Volunteerism Award and the Volunteer Community Service Eula Edmonds Glover Award from Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Cheryl also received the YMCA Black Achiever’s Award in 2014, among her many other awards.

Cheryl received her Bachelor of Arts Degree with a concentration in Human Resources from NC State University and holds a Masters of Business Administration from Columbus University. Cheryl has most recently furthered her education as a Certified Human Resources Project Mgmt. (HRPM) and as a Certified Diversity Executive (CDE). She is the daughter of the late Gail W. Lindsay and James Lindsay Jr., and the proud mother of two boys, Brandon and Bryson Christmas.

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