& CLIMATE/ENVIRONMENTAL CORRESPONDENT
As an American Meteorological Society certified broadcast meteorologist and correspondent, Cheryl teams up with networks to produce TV reports on weather, climate change, the environment, space, and other hot topics in STEM. Cheryl holds a Bachelor of Science Degree with emphasis in Communications from Penn State University. With two decades of experience, Cheryl covers many types of weather events and natural disasters including: hurricanes/tropical storms, flooding, tornadoes, severe thunderstorms, winter storms, earthquakes, wildfires and heat waves.
Cheryl also focuses on weather and health, discussing topics such as seasonal allergies, air quality and ecology.