Sheri Kersch Schultz Biography, Wiki, Age, Husband (Howard Schultz), Children, Net Worth, Height, Nationality, Ethnicity and Instagram

Sheri Kersch Schultz Biography – Sheri Kersch Schultz Wiki

Sheri Kersch Schultz is president of the Schultz Family Foundation, which she co-founded in 1996 with her husband, Howard Schultz, chairman emeritus of Starbucks Coffee Company.

Sheri grew up in Lima, Ohio, United States. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Denver.

Sheri Kersch Schultz Age

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Sheri Kersch Schultz Husband

She has been married to Howard Schultz since 1982. Howard met his future wife Sheri on the eve of American Independence Day on 4th July 1978 during his trip to Hamptons. They soon started dating each other and after dating for four years, they got married in 1982.

Sheri Kersch Schultz Children

She has two children: Eliahu Jordan Schultz who was born in 1986 and Addison who was born in 1990. Their son works as the sports column writer for the Huffington Post and has been married to Breanna Lind Hawes since 2011. He graduated from Occidental College.

Their daughter Addison, is graduate of New York University, from which she also received a master’s degree in social work. She is a social-work clinician for the New York Foundling, a nonprofit organization that seeks to help children and adults reach their potential through the strengthening of families and communities. She has been married to Tal Hirshberg since 2017.

Sheri Kersch Schultz Net Worth

Her estimated net worth is unknown. Her husband Howard Schultz has an estimated net worth of $3.1 billion.

The Schultz Family Foundation

According to the Foundation website, The Schultz Family Foundation invests in innovative solutions and collaborative partnerships that create new pathways to opportunity so disconnected populations can overcome barriers to success.

Sheri recognized early in her work shaping the foundation how a fractured system of social supports was failing to reach people who were motivated but unable to escape homelessness or poverty, or simply to improve their lives.

Refusing to accept the status quo, Sheri, Howard, and the Foundation decided to concentrate their efforts on two communities: Opportunity Youth, the 4.6 million 16- to 24-year-olds in the country who are not in school and not working, and America’s 3.9 million Post 9/11 Veterans, heroic individuals whose valuable skills and experience are often misunderstood and undervalued when they return to civilian life.

Under Sheri’s leadership, the Foundation has launched two national initiatives: A portfolio of programs and investments that put Opportunity Youth on a path towards skills training and employment, and an initiative which helps returning military service members and their families successfully transition into civilian jobs and professional careers. Each program actively engages the business community, bringing together leaders from the private and public sectors, whose collaboration is key to sustaining each program’s success.

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