Kearn Cherry – Business Woman Extraordinaire
Kearn Cherry is a speaker, coach, entrepreneur, author, and collaborator. Some of her topics are “How to Put Butts in the Seats”, “How to Raise Funds for Your Event/Conference”, “Turning Connections into Major Collaborations”, “How to Get the Most Out of Your Conference Booth”, and many more. She is the owner of PRN Home Care which is 22 years old. She’s vested over 30 years in the healthcare field and holds a degree in Occupational Therapy. She is co-founder and director of Success Women’s Conference which produced over 1100 attendees. She is the host/executive producer of “Unwrinkled Heart Caregivers Journeys”. She is a co-author in two anthologies: Women Inspiring Nations Volume 2 – “Success Must Be Taken” and “Unboxed”. Mrs. Cherry will be starting her new podcast K Konnections in this year. Mrs. Cherry is a community activist who engages in developing community activities such as Blessed Gyrls Rock! and the creator of the R.I.P.E. Conference (Resources, Information, and Planning for the Elderly). She sits on numerous boards: Girls Scout State Board, Rebekah’s House, Mental Health Association, Lighthouse Business & Professional Women and other organizations. She encourages women to network to increase that “Net” worth while building relationships that can lead to major collaborations. She often says “When one door is close go to the next one, if that would is close go around to the back, if that one is close, Create Your OWN, but never give up”. Mrs. Cherry has been featured twice in Essence Magazine. Once as the “Comeback Queen”.
She received numerous awards and recognition. She recently was recognized as one of the Top 50 Leading Business Women in Mississippi and the Governor’s GIVE Award for Outstanding Achievement in Empowerment Initiatives. Mrs. Cherry and her husband/business partner, Dennis are proud parents of three successful children.
Their son, Dannan Cherry, who is the owner of Handy Dandy Moving Services; Dr. Jasmine Padgett, MD; Dr. Denise Cherry, DMD, and their grandson Dannan Jr.