Cheryl brings more than 15 years of experience in the profession to Hoerr Schaudt. Her work spans projects large and small, international and domestic. Dedicated to evidence-based learning, Cheryl specializes in socially equitable, environmentally sensitive and biologically diverse placemaking. Currently, her interest lies in exploring alternative materiality of commonly specified objects.
Cheryl is a registered Landscape Architect and LEED BD+C certified. She acquired her BSLA from West Virginia University in 2003 and her Master’s with honors from Louisiana State University in 2015.