More about Sherrie Boyer
Sherrie Boyer has over 30 years combined experience in arts non-profits, journalism and writing. Focused on Small Home Living, she offers downsizing seminars, in-home consultations and group presentations designed to help clients understand how to use the space they have.
Sherrie is a former non-profit CEO and loves supporting the Philadelphia arts community where she currently provides consultation and management to the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art. She is a licensed PA REALTOR and a former member of the National Association of Senior Move Managers (NASMM). She holds a masters degree from Seattle University in executive management, an interior design certificate from Temple University, and received her bachelors from Penn State.
Boyer has lived, worked and owned five homes on both coasts. She enjoys helping people discover what they desire most from a new home and helping them to re-organize and re-locate to their favorite places. Customer Service tops her list.
Boyer was the executive director of the Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen, and was a senior manager at museums and arts nonprofits in Seattle, WA, and Richmond, VA. She was a parenting columnist for the Virginian-Pilot Ledger-Star in Norfolk, VA, and won awards as a journalist for her work in Virginia, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Boyer resides in the Art Museum neighborhood of Philadelphia.