Sheryl Crocket Tishman
Sheryl Crockett Tishman is an active philanthropist and environmentalist. She currently sits on the Board of Trustees of the Mianus River Gorge Preserve and Teton Valley Ranch Camp, and is a former Trustee of The Open Space Institute, the National Audubon Society Expedition Institute, The George Mitchell Scholarship Foundation and The Meade School in Stamford, CT. Sheryl has been helping TPL protect land in Colorado and her home state of Maine since 2007 and joined the Board of Directors in 2010.
As a Trip Leader for the National Audubon Society Expedition Institute, Sheryl guided students who were pursuing a deeper ecological understanding of environmental education, leadership and advocacy. She continued in the field of education as a teacher for the Weymouth House in Maine while concurrently managing the Sleepy Hallow Llama Farm in Jefferson, Maine with her husband, Daniel. She holds a BS in Environmental Studies from Middlebury College and MS in Education from Lesley University. In her spare time she enjoys all outdoor pursuits, wilderness travel and time with her husband and two sons.