Sherrie Eldridge, a voice resonating with understanding and compassion in the adoption community, has dedicated over two decades to the service of adoptees and their families.

Wearing the shoes of an adoptee herself, Sherrie offers a unique perspective, bringing a nuanced understanding of the lived experiences of adopted children through her writings and speeches across various international platforms. With a rich tapestry of seven published titles, she has diligently worked to validate the life experiences of adoptees while empowering adoptive parents with the knowledge to understand and cater to their adopted children’s emotional needs.

As an author whose impact reverberates internationally, Sherrie has a well-spread recognition including her best-selling work, “Twenty Things Adopted Kids Wish Their Adoptive Parents Knew”, a revered title that has become a staple in the adoption community and is endorsed as a must-read by numerous US adoption agencies. Sherrie’s commitment and unyielding advocacy for the adoption community crowned her with the title of Indiana’s Congressional Angel of Adoption in 2010, an honor bestowed by the Honorable Dan Burton, Indiana Congressional Representative.

Embark on a journey with Sherrie as she navigates the delicate intricacies of adoption, offering a well of resources laden with understanding, compassion, and insights garnered from years of experience. With Sherrie, find a companion and a guide, as she illuminates paths towards healing and understanding, creating a space where everyone touched by adoption finds acknowledgment, understanding, and the tools to forge stronger bonds.