Club Lunch Meetings
Hybrid Mtg: Cheryl Kilmer
Jun 16, 2021
TERI - Training, Education, Research, Innovation
TERI - Training, Education, Research, Innovation

Since the age of 17, Cheryl has committed herself to making a positive difference in the lives of those with developmental disabilities, thus beginning a lifelong journey that has benefited thousands of individuals and their families. Cheryl graduated from the University of Michigan and holds a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology. In 1980, she founded the Training, Education, Research and Innovation (TERI) and has been the CEO of the organization throughout its history.

Cheryl’s goal in establishing TERI was to raise the quality of life and supports available to individuals with significant disabilities. She has met this goal in many ways, including having TERI cited as a model program in the state of California for the quality of services it provides. Twice nominated for Maria Shriver’s prestigious Minerva Award, Cheryl has been repeatedly recognized and honored for her considerable contributions to the field.

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Rancho Santa Fe

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Lomas Santa Fe Country Club
1505 Lomas Santa Fe Drive
Solana Beach, CA 92075
United States of America
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Julie Dockrill, recipient of Rotary’s People of Action: Champions of Health, led a team of midwives in training health care professionals as part of a comprehensive well-being program that’s saving mothers and babies.

Fellowship has created a global home for LGBT members and friends