JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, August 29, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Erin E. Sherry, Engineering Officer for the U.S. Navy, has been recognized by Worldwide Who's Who for showing dedication, leadership and excellence in engineering services.
Dedicating her entire career to the U.S. Navy, Erin Sherry has garnered 11 years of engineering services, currently serving as engineering officer. As she draws upon her tenacious ability to work hard, she is responsible for inspecting multiple ships material conditions and ensures they are able to meet the mission tasking. Initially, Ms. Sherry became involved in the profession because she wanted to make a difference, and she came from a military family background.
Ms. Sherry has earned a master's degree in international peace and conflict resolution from the American Military University, and was inducted into the Golden Key International Honor Society. During her free-time, she supports R.A.I.N.N. (Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network), enjoys traveling, plays the violin, and does Cross-fit training. In five years, Ms. Sherry intends to stay in the Navy.
About Worldwide Who's Who
With over 500,000 members representing every major industry, Worldwide Who's Who is a powerful networking resource that enables professionals to outshine their competition, in part through effective branding and marketing. Worldwide Who's Who employs similar public relations techniques to those utilized by Fortune 500 companies, making them cost-effective for members who seek to take advantage of its career enhancement and business advancement services.
Worldwide Who's Who membership provides individuals with a valuable third-party endorsement of their accomplishments, and gives them the tools needed to brand themselves and their businesses effectively. In addition to publishing biographies in print and electronic form, it offers an online networking platform where members can establish new professional relationships.
For more information, please visit http://www.worldwidewhoswho.com
Director, Media Relations