Cheryl Opper


Cheryl has grown SOWMA from her home in Easton in 2004 - to a highly respected leader in the effort to provide educational support services for students impacted by homelessness and poverty. She has a BS degree in Early Childhood and Family Life Development from Indiana State University. Cheryl has been an educator and child advocate for 30 years; and is a former preschool and kindergarten teacher.  She has received many awards during her time at School on Wheels including: Community Service MVP Award from the New England Patriots, the Bank of America Local Heroes Award, Service Above Self Award from the Brockton Rotary, Distinguished Service Award from Bridgewater State University, Wainwright Distinguished Service Award from the Brockton Day Nursery, and she was named a Champion of the City by the Brockton Youth Council.   Hear her story here. 

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