Sherrie Clark is an experienced global engineering leader, speaker, coach, and mentor. Sherrie grew up with five brothers, loving sports, math and science, and is now the mother of two sons. As an engineer, she has been in the minority her whole career, and many times is the only female in the room. These experiences have allowed her to be comfortable as woman in male-dominated technical fields. As a young engineer, Sherrie often found herself saying “I don’t want to be a female engineer, I just want to be an engineer.” While this attitude helped her experience success in some respects, she found it also unintentionally locked away important parts of herself, both personally and professionally.
To be her most authentic self, and live life fully, Sherrie has learned to embrace both her feminine and masculine qualities. This journey of integration has enabled her to overcome fears, perfectionism, self-judgment, and resistance and has allowed her to embrace her own vulnerability and courage.
Today, Sherrie is proud to be a female engineer and recognizes there is a special power in embracing her feminine power. Sherrie now leverages her journey to help other professional women express their authenticity and wholeness, in life and business, and find the courage to be seen. She loves the opportunity to work with others and provide professional coaching and mentoring, life coaching, and speaking to groups.
Sherrie graduated from the University of Nebraska with a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering with Highest Distinction. She has worked at the Central Intelligence Agency, General Electric, and today is the CTO of the Integrated DC Power business unit at ABB. Sherrie is DFSS Black Belt certified, a licensed Professional Engineer, has seven patents on sensor technologies, and in 2009 received the Women in Technology award for GE Energy. She is a member of the Dallas Chamber Executive Women Roundtable and was awarded Dallas Business Journal 2018 Women in Technology.