About Our Founder
Loverly Sheridan is a Mother, Author, Educator, Children’s advocate, and Founder of Buddy Ambassadors, which develops campaigns to raise awareness on bullying, and other mental and social issues affecting children and adults.
Through her books, workshops and campaigns, she champions for the rights of children worldwide, and provide both adults and children the tips and tools that they need to live their best lives.
Ms. Sheridan has written six children books, including her award winning children’s book, “Be a Buddy Not a Bully,” and an autobiography “A Girl Like Me,” about her amazing world travels, which allowed her to explore six of the seven continents and over sixty countries!
In 2019, she was the proud recipient of the prestigious Palm Beach Illustrated Magazine, ‘Educator of the Year Award’, for her Buddy Ambassadors Program, and in 2015 she was awarded the International Athena Young Professional Leadership Award. The Athena Award honors women who have excelled in their professional endeavors, shown a commitment to the community, and have fostered a culture or shown leadership that has resulted in promoting women in leadership roles.
She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communication and Women Studies from Florida Atlantic University and a Master of Arts Degree in International Relations from Griffith University in Queensland, Australia.
Ms. Sheridan is a Mental Health Advocate, and is a former Board Member of Mental Health America, where she served for four years. She’s also a Committee Member of Children’s Home Society of Florida, which advocates for the protection and rights of children.
Loverly Sheridan Named Educator Of The Year
Author and educator Loverly Sheridan was recently named the recipient of the prestigious Palm Beach Illustrated Educator of the Year Award.