Ms. Olympia Fitness, Founder/CEO SGI
Sheryl Grant helps individuals to achieve more! After winning Ms. Olympia at 55, Sheryl realized that transforming her body began first with a shift in her mental thinking. She has since developed and launched the award-winning ‘FIT for Life’ platform that helps individuals get more out of their business, career, and life!
FIT for Life is a framework. Based upon three fundamental mental pillars defined as FIT; “Faith which helps you believe the right things, Intuition which helps you make the right decisions and Tenacity, which gives you the strength to persevere, even in the face of adversity.”
Sheryl Grant is a mentor, speaker, educator, networking specialist, business development consultant, and the Founder and CEO of Sheryl Grant International (SGI), an Ed-Tech Company focused on transformational leadership from the inside out through its flagship platform, FIT for Life. Sheryl has over 30 years as an in Silicon Valley, specializing in Sales & Strategic Partnerships (generating more than 500 million dollars for fortune 100 companies). Sheryl currently serves on the Board of Directors for “The Giving Back Fund,” She has also served as the Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors for the Oakland African American Chamber of Commerce, which raised more than $1 Million to support Black Businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. As the previous Executive Director of the Global Women’s Leadership Network (Now ‘How Women Lead’), she brought 20 women social entrepreneurs from 19 countries to Silicon Valley for annual leadership, networking, & entrepreneurship training and to secure funding from Bay Area investors and VCs.
Sheryl has also served as the President of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., Oakland/BayArea Chapter, where she wrote the curriculum for the Positive Steps Girls Program (girls 12-17), which focuses on mentoring, leadership development, and mentorship in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM).
Her latest endeavor to raise a $25M Fund focused on gender and racial equity. She strongly believes in her community and believes that there is no power in giving hand-outs but rather by collaborating with other like minds and extending an ARM (Access, Resources, and Mentorship).
Sheryl holds her Masters in Leadership from St.Mary’s College.