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Cheri has worked in media for more than 20 years in one capacity or another. Her media years were spent mostly in broadcast radio; from being a live on-air radio host to creating and implementing engaging and effective marketing and promotional campaigns. Although no longer directly employed by any media cluster she still writes copy for a range of clients and does the occasional voiceover.
Having been a writer since childhood she was able to venture into most genres along the way, fine tuning her ability to write about anything; whether it's a technical manual, a company newsletter, killer ads or a hard core research piece, Cheri brings it to life with the passion of one who loves what they do. Publishing her first piece at the age of 7 yrs. old, Cheri discovered she could have a voice beyond the walls of her bedroom and realized "other people" were entertained by, and interested, in what she had to say. Writing has been her biggest passion and best friend ever since.
From Poetry to Politics there is no subject that she cannot find an interesting angle to write from. She does not endorse a specific political party and instead prefers to keep her work issue based. Currently she is simultaneously writing a non-fiction book (with a tandem screen-play) and a bedside poetry book.
In addition to being a diversely skilled freelance writer, Cheri works as a Marketing Director and Publicist for a variety of businesses across the country. By embracing and including today's Social Media tools and the power of live events, she teaches companies the value of accessibility and human interaction to a "Brand" and how to capitalize on that in the current marketplace. As a business networker and promoter she is fearless and spot-on in helping businesses get ahead. For her tireless work ethic and bottomless pool of creative ideas she has been dubbed "The Machine" by many.
Deciding to create and maintain her own Blog as a sort of clearinghouse of all things "Cheri" www.CheriSpeak.com was born. In its highly organized and easy to navigate pages you can find countless articles on a variety of subjects that include politics, health, community, music, and more. You will also find a library of poetry from erotic to dark, countless audio files of interviews she has done over the years and accolades for her business endeavors. There are also samples of her drawings and singing voice as well as images that represent her activist, business, and personal lives. *All content on Cheri's Blog is original unless otherwise noted.
"If we have connected here, it is my privilege. May we together find the reason for the connection and run with it!" ~ Cheri Roberts
(19 comments) SHARE Monday, September 2, 2013 Michael Hastings: A Non-Conspiracy Theory
Evidence of one conspiracy does not prove another, yet -- in today's hyper-vigilant atmosphere , it is easy to jump to assumptions, especially when it's related to a hot button issue...
(4 comments) SHARE Saturday, August 31, 2013 Manning, Snowden and the Modern Day Whistleblower
Shouldn't the debate be about the content and context of the leaked information?
Isn't that what should ultimately be important?
There are some who would have you believe the means with which a leaker leaks is more important than all of that and oh, by the way, the leak itself?
Clean up on aisle 7 !
(7 comments) SHARE Friday, April 19, 2013 Six Ways To Lose The Plastic
The impact of small changes can be big too! Just like pocket change, it all adds up.
Here are six small ways you can lose the plastic right now to begin reducing your environmental impact at home, work, and school.
(35 comments) SHARE Thursday, January 31, 2013 Civil War; Are We There Yet?
I don't remember a time where Americans were more divided and at the brink of what may be irreparable harm; the point of no return; a real Revolution, but in our case a not-so- Civil War with modern-day weapons of war.
(1 comments) SHARE Thursday, January 31, 2013 Medicine Money; a Prescription for Legal Bribery
According to the Office of National Drug Control Policy , prescription drugs are the second most abused drug in the nation; second only to Marijuana. Ironically, the problem isn't that we are abusing drugs, but that the drug makers and politicians are abusing u s with their drugs.
(55 comments) SHARE Tuesday, December 11, 2012 6 Ways to Flirt With Your Wife Instead of Me
Your capacity for fidelity is not her burden. If you screw up it's because you choose to screw up. If you think online flirting and/or cyber sex isn't cheating you are delusional. Everything you do with another woman takes away from the one you're with.
SHARE Wednesday, November 21, 2012 The A-"bility" of Social Media
What can social media do for you and your career or business? Not much if you don't understand its power. For those willing to embrace social media as a tool it has the a-"bility" to...
(6 comments) SHARE Wednesday, November 21, 2012 Nickels & Dimes...Selling that Makes More "Cents"
Sales goals and a company's bottom line go hand in hand. In a down economy making sales can be more challenging than in an up economy, but it is still possible to meet and even exceed your goals without having to throw the company under the bus.
(7 comments) SHARE Tuesday, November 20, 2012 Why the Petraeus affair matters... SEX
So let's talk. Let's talk about the ramifications of good sex--I mean down and dirty, hot, freakin' sex. Think back to that time with that woman or man, that blushing secret arousal and its anticipatory, heart-racing need, that constant "distraction" of desire and attraction. We've all been there.
(5 comments) SHARE Saturday, November 10, 2012 A Letter in Song Titles #3
"Song Title Series"
#3 in the Song Title Series...AUTHOR'S NOTE: Nearly every word or phrase in this letter is compiled by song titles; each is linked to its appropriate YouTube video. Enjoy.
(4 comments) SHARE Saturday, October 6, 2012 When the Party's Over
Growth? The only thing growing in America is waistlines, Monsanto crops, corporate bank accounts and the deficit.
SHARE Wednesday, June 13, 2012 Who's Jerkin' McGurk Now?
According to the latest from Foreign Policy and today's resignation at the Wall Street Journal, Brett McGurk's problems are growing, kind of like Pinocchio's nose...
SHARE Sunday, June 10, 2012 Brett McGurk, Embarrass-ador to Iraq
Former national security staffer under President George W. Bush, and now Obama's nominee to be U.S. Ambassador to Iraq, Brett McGurk is getting a little press, unfortunately I believe he may have negotiated a "lesser of two evils" approach to salvaging his career...
(2 comments) SHARE Monday, January 11, 2010 Hector Lopez, A Citizen of Nowhere
Mr. Lopez says, "They may as well have put me on the moon, this is not my country, the United States is my country. I'm an American. My allegiance is to the United States of America"