Cheryl Suchors grew up in Southern, Eastern and Mid-Western US. She grew even more living with a Mexican family one summer in high school and spending her junior year of college in Spain. She is a proud graduate of Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts.

After getting an MBA from Harvard she became, in succession, a management consultant, telecommunications officer, partner in a national accounting and consulting firm, and president of her own small consulting company.

Then she found the courage to launch her second career as a writer. She’s published short works and poems. She has recently authored a book, 48 Peaks, Hiking and Healing in the White Mountains.

At forty-eight years old, Cheryl vowed to summit the highest forty-eight peaks in New Hampshire’s rugged White Mountains to help her find success during a career transition. She discovered, in the years that followed, that in order to feel truly successful, she would have to do much more than tick off peaks.

48 Peaks, Hiking and Healing in the White Mountains is available for pre-order on Amazon and will be available in print and on Kindle September 11, 2018.

Besides the White Mountains of New Hampshire, Cheryl has hiked in California, Colorado, Maine, Montana, Massachusetts, New Mexico, New Zealand, Nova Scotia, Poland, Spain, Switzerland, Utah, Virginia and Washington. She’s a member of the Four Thousand Footer Club, the Appalachian Mountain Club and the Sierra Club.

Cheryl lives in the Boston area with her husband and a plethora of plants. In their spare time they visit their daughter, travel, and engage in political activism.