About Sherrie

Sherrie Page Guyer is a freelance writer specializing in health topics, with a particular interest in school nursing and teen mental health. A registered nurse for over thirty years, Sherrie has worked in hospital, outpatient, and educational settings. She is dedicated to sharing a diversity of perspectives using her nursing background. Other areas of interest to write about include parenting, gender equality, and self-discovery. 

Sherrie's work has appeared in scholarly journals, anthologies, and multiple publications including TIME Magazine, Newsweek, CNN, HuffPost, Inside Higher Ed, Virginia Living, and more. She has a special admiration for the art of writing op-eds and personal essays.

Sherrie holds a BSN from the University of North Carolina and an MSN from Yale University.  Currently, she is pursuing a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree at the University of Virginia. 

In her free time she enjoys teaching Yoga, swinging kettlebells, and reading memoirs. 

Memberships: National Association of School Nurses (NASN); American Nurses Association; Sigma, International Honor Society of Nurses

“You have to pick the places you don’t walk away from.”

Joan Didion