Sheridan holds a Master of Public Relations & Corporate Communications from Georgetown University where she served as a research fellow on storytelling best practices for the Center for Social Impact Communications. She has a Master of International and Community Development from Deakin University incorporating a focus on international health from Curtin University in Australia. Originally from southeast Australia, Sheridan spent several years living in UK, Qatar, India, Ethiopia, Zambia, Tanzania, and Malawi working with or documenting NGOs delivering community health programs.
Her first-hand experience of project delivery in challenging field situations and familiarity with key issues in global development, combine with a toolbox of multimedia skills (writing, photography, video, web and visual design) to support and promote the research efforts of AHW’s grant teams and Core Working Group.
Sheridan lives with her family in a historic village in Baltimore City. Beyond professional work, she enjoys yoga, gardening, standup paddling, mountain-biking and hiking with her dog, Finn.