Reverend Dr. Sherri Arnold-Graham is a native of Clairton, Pennsylvania, which is known as, “The City of Prayer.” From Clairton High School she earned a Full Academic Scholarship to the Harvard of the South, The Emory University School of Business. As a Student leader at Emory she served as Black Student Alliance President and interned for both Coco Cola and Columbia Pictures, landing a two State Territory with Procter & Gamble upon graduation. Building upon her mother’s legacy managing five Head Start Centers. Dr. Sherri believes her Proctor & Gamble training engrained her propensity to build territories and communities.
Desiring to build bridges (perhaps because her father worked for United States Steel), after three years with Legal Aid she returned to her corporate training via “Federal Investors,” Wall Street, and the international law firm of Roger & Wells. She was once quoted as saying “God promoted me from investing in commodities to investing in souls.”