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Sherry Dorsey Walker's Biography

Office: State House (DE) - District 3, Democratic

Contact Information

Full Name:

Sherry Dorsey Walker

Gender:

Female

Family:

Husband: Dwight

Birth Place:

Wilmington, DE

BA, English/Journalism, University of Delaware

MA, Film/Cinema/Video Studies, Howard University, 1999-2001

Representative, Delaware State House of Representatives, District 3, 2019-present

Former Member, Wilmington City Council

Candidate, Delaware State House of Representatives, District 3, 2018

Founder/President/Chief Executive Officer, Sisters With A Purpose (SWAP) Productions Limited Liability Company, 2001-present

Member, Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church, present

Board Member, Biden Breast Health Initiative, present

Vice Chair, Board of Directors for Kind to Kids, present

Board Member, Delaware American Civil Liberties Union, present

Member, Delaware Independent Filmmakers, present

Member, Peace with Justice Task Force, present

Board Member, Public Allies of Delaware, present

Founder, Above The Rim Basketball League with the Browntown Civic Association Kidz Club

Commissioner, African and Caribbean Affairs, State Department

Board Member, Camp Bliss

Former Vice President, Delaware Center for Horticulture

Former Commissioner, Governor’s Women's Commission

Founder, Wootten Warriors Adopt-A-Block Initiative

Awards:

Woman of the Year, 2011, by Delaware Technical and Community College Women's Center

DelMarvalous Woman of the Year, 2010

Official Selection: Justice for All: The Documentary, 2009, by New Orleans International Human Rights Film Festival

Official Selection: Justice for All: The Documentary, 2009, by Philadelphia International Film Festival

Official Selection: Justice for All: The Documentary, 2009, Kingdomwood Christian Film Festival

Best Screenplay: A Mother's Love, Screenwriter, 2002, Houston Multicultural International Film Festival

Best Dramatic Short: Radimi: Who Stole the Dream, Executive Producer, 2001, Wilmington Independent Film Festival

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