A graduate of Pennsylvania’s Marywood University with a BFA in Graphic Design, Cheryll worked as a graphic artist and customer workflow coordinator at a local newspaper after college. Working in a customer focused role for over a decade prepared Cheryll to cultivate relationships with new and standing clients in her position at Rare Patient Voice, which she took on in 2022.
“I am proud to work at RPV because I know our work here is truly making a difference in the lives of patients and caregivers. My personal experience having a loved one diagnosed with a rare condition offers me the perspective to really connect with the many patients and family caregivers with whom I come into contact.”
In addition to taking motorcycle trips with her fiance and spending time with their puggle, Daisy, Cheryll enjoys baking, gardening, and crafting.