Wee Asked Sherrie Dunlevy

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A local personality, who is full of personality, she’s an author, an entrepreneur and people person — whose goal in life now is helping others to become their best, look their best and live the best life possible.

You probably know Sherrie Dunlevy as a TV news anchor at WTOV 9, emcee of Jamboree USA and Jamboree In The Hills, or as host of her daily radio talk show, The BROADcast on WKKX. But now she is beginning a whole new chapter in her life — a chapter that began because she decided to write a book.

Sherrie’s mantra, “Step Into Your Greatness” is something she takes quite seriously as she leaves behind her broadcasting career to step fully into the realm of entrepreneur, author and speaker.

Her new book, “How Can I Help — Your Go-To Guide for Helping Loved Ones Through Life’s Difficulties,” was written to help people become their best by reaching out beyond their fears and helping those they love and care about in life, she said.

As the owner of her own global anti-aging business with Nerium International, Sherrie helps people look their best by offering products that make their skin, body and mind healthier and younger looking. She also offers an opportunity to help people live their best life by coaching them to grow a global business that can offer time and financial freedom. She is consistently one of the top 10 leaders in her company for customer acquisition and has earned numerous other promotions and honors.

Sherrie with her husband Rob, left, and son Trey.

A self-proclaimed personal development junkie, Sherrie loves sharing with audiences what she has learned about breaking through the fear, excuses and lies we tell ourselves minute to minute that keep us from creating the kind of life we’ve always dreamed of living, she said.

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“As women,” Sherrie said, “we have no problem nurturing those we love, yet many times fail to nurture the person we should love most: ourselves. … My passion lies in helping women, learn who they are, love who they are, and make the changes necessary to live their BEST life.”

Here is what Sherrie answered when WEEasked:

Celebrating their birthdays are Sherrie with Brenda Danehart, left, and Mary Kay Reisinger, right, who have been friends for over 30 years.

What upcoming events are you most looking forward to attending? 

The Heritage Music BluesFest, any outdoor event in Centre Market.

Tell us something that would surprise Weelunk readers about you?

I am an introvert by nature. But no one ever seems to believe that.

What’s the best part of your job? 

Helping people! Whether it’s through the mission and message of my book, talks or workshops, through the products I market that help people look and feel their best, or  through the process of coaching people to launch their own business, I find it so rewarding to help people live their best life!

What book is on your nightstand or e-reader right now?

“A Course in Love” and “Live Happy”

If you could be the best at anything in the world, what would it be?

To inspire people to listen to their souls calling, follow that path, hone those gifts and share them with the world

What is your wish for Wheeling?

Renaissance! To continue developing a thriving arts community, to develop a waterfront full of shops, restaurants and entertainment and to change the mindset of residents from “we can’t do that” to “why not, let’s give it a try!”

Sherrie with her dad and mom, Joe and Sharon McCutcheon, and her son Trey.