Title: Ordained Minister
Career History: Ordained Minister (2007-Present); Prison Minister, Michigan (9 Years); Flight Attendant, Delta Air Lines (29 Years)
Sherry Annette Brown Caudill, Ordained Minister, has been recognized as a Marquis Emerging Leader for their contributions and achievements in the field of religion.
An ordained minister since 2007, Ms. Caudill has spent nine years as a prison minister as well as a radio and TV evangelist, utilizing her fiery passion for faith, ministry, and preaching to heal others—both in-person and through her weekly nationwide radio and Roku program. Growing up on a farm in Kentucky, she was raised by her parents to have a strong work ethic and high values and morals, be kind and compassionate and treat others the way she’d like to be treated.
For the first 29 years of her career, Ms. Caudill lent her vibrant personality and love for people to the skies as a flight attendant for Delta Air Lines, through which she earned several recognitions, including a Top 2% Championship Award for Customer Accommodation. Upon retiring, she began to dedicate herself to her Christian faith and, in her words, “investing in lives one heart at a time,” providing guidance to viewers and listeners, as well as readers, having written chapters for two inspirational books for women.
Looking ahead, she strives to continue providing the ministry of God and reach as many people in the world as possible. Observing great pain and struggle across the globe, she hopes to build people up and show them love, kindness, and the values of her religion. In addition, she hopes to publish the book she has been working on for a while. A dreamer and visionary with a love for helping people, she hopes people will remember her as someone with a gift that she shared with others.