Independent Aflac Agent
Born and raised in Placer County, Cherie is no stranger to the importance of community. A graduate from Del Oro High School, Sierra College and CSUS, Cherie is a mother of 2 grown children and proudly represents Aflac in Lincoln and the surrounding areas. When she isn't educating the community about Aflac, you will find her at the river kayaking, spending time with family and friends, attending church or Chamber member since the beginning of March, Cherie quickly became an Ambassador in order to serve her local community, build her business and develop lasting friendships along the way. Recently inducted into the Soroptimists, one of Cherie's goals is to help young women acquire the tools needed to become future successful business women. After working at Heald College for 8 years and developing her desire to educate, Cherie had the opportunity to change careers and began working for herself as an independent Aflac agent. Now she provides education to the community about how Aflac can help at a time when bankruptcies from medical bills are at an all time high in our country. Cherie is looking forward to one day leaving a legacy by not only being known as the Aflac Lady, but by setting an example to her friends, family and community the importance of serving others, having a joyful heart and most importantly trusting God in all things.