Cherie Medina - DELEGATE
I chose this career path because
She grew up with many family issues and others didn't understand her pain so she is able to relate to her clients issues.
I prepared for this career by
She has a Bachelor Degree in Criminal Justice with honors and a Master Degree in Psychology.
The biggest challenge I've overcome
Her biggest challenge has been raising five children by herself.
My greatest strength(s)
Her greatest strength is her heart, she loves people and is always on the side of the underdog, she is an advocate for others when things are done unfairly. She instills hope in children, encourages them and loves them.
My greatest accomplishment to date
Her greatest accomplishment has been raising five successful children.
My personal/professional goals
She plans on retiring in five years and finishing her PhD, and spending time with her children and grandchildren.
What/Who has inspired me the most
She is inspired by raising her children by herself, she struggled a lot and she wants her children to see no matter where you come from or your circumstances are you can still achieve your dreams.
I most want to be known/remembered for
She wants to be remembered for all the lives she has touched.
I participate in the following organizations/memberships
She belongs to Phi Beta Kappa, Strathmore Who's Who.
I have received the following Honors/Awards/Scholarships
She has received several awards including Burt Van Horn Award for outstanding performance, Divisional Employee of the Year, Probation Officer of the Year, Juvenile Justice Delinquency Commission Panel, Who's Who International, Princeton Global, Women of Distinction, and she graduated with honors for her Bachelor Degree.
I support the missions of these charities/volunteer my time
She supports Mad Hands which is a non-profit organization where she teaches art to kids.
I enjoy the following hobbies/interests
When not working she enjoys being with her children and grandchildren, loves the beach, mountains, outdoors, and she loves the San Diego Chargers.