About Sheryl Overbeck

A former advertising and marketing professional, Sheryl Overbeck served as the Advertising Executive for North Texas Daily from 1985 to 1986. Gaining her Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Louisiana State University, she also spent some time studying at the University of North Texas before graduating. Sheryl Overbeck continued in the field, completing an internship with D Magazine in Dallas in 1987 and functioning as a Marketing and Advertising Sales Representative for People Newspapers until 1990. Since then, she has dedicated her career to caring for her family as a stay-at-home mother.

Focused on raising her three children for over the past two decades, Sheryl Overbeck has served as the pillar of support and encouragement for them. Her son, following in his mother’s footsteps, is pursuing a career in journalism and sports broadcasting. Her eldest daughter, a working actor, attends college, where she is enrolled in the School of Cinematic Arts. She participated in high school theatrical productions and Dallas Children’s Theater productions before beginning college. Mrs. Overbeck’s youngest daughter, a junior in high school, is focused on her studies and building her career as a young model.

In her free time, Sheryl Overbeck dedicates her efforts to numerous community endeavors. Mrs. Overbeck demonstrates a great passion for helping and working with victims of bullying and plans to dedicate more of her time to the cause when all of her children have graduated high school. Often serving as a volunteer at several school events, Sheryl Overbeck also belongs as a sustaining member of the Junior League of Dallas, a women’s organization committed to building leadership through volunteerism and effective action within the community. She and one of her daughters belong to the National Charity League, a not-for-profit group that fosters mother-daughter relationships. The National Charity League aims to inspire and empower women as contributors to communities. Operating a variety of programs, both organizations participate in community service to promote social awareness, build leadership, and provide participants a rich cultural experience.

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