Sheryl Lovelady is Executive Director of the Oklahoma City Housing Services Redevelopment Corporation, a non-profit housing development organization that works to revitalize urban neighborhoods and provide affordable homeownership opportunities. She also directs an education non-profit that focuses on expanded learning opportunities for children in Oklahoma City’s urban core.
Sheryl spent over two decades in politics and public policy at the local, state and national levels. Most recently, she served as Director of Communications for the City of Tulsa, and as Director of the Women’s Leadership Initiative at the University of Oklahoma.
She bought her first investment property over thirty years ago and has been feeding her passion for buying, building, and renovating homes and buildings ever since.
She is a graduate of Leadership Tulsa, the Oklahoma Department of Corrections Leadership Academy and the United States Department of Defense JCOC leadership program. She is past president of the Gordon Cooper Technology Center Foundation and serves on the advisory board of the Oklahoma Commission on the Status of Women. She also serves on the Board of Directors for Tulsa’s John Hope Franklin Center for Reconciliation and is a commissioner for the Oklahoma Judicial Compensation Commission.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in history from the University of Oklahoma. A self-described “serial graduate student”, she is currently finishing a graduate degree at Oklahoma City University.