More About the Author
Cheryl has devoted her professional career to creating a safe vessel for personal and professional development through fostering sensitive awareness of self and other, of values, and of cultural context. A working artist, she has brought multiple hands-on modalities, such as drawing, story, and dream-work, to the realization of the unique creative potential of individuals, teams and organizations.
As a Senior Faculty member of the Center for Creative Leadership, Director of its Brussels campus, and, more recently, co-founder of Kairios group, she has co-designed and delivered award-winning creative leadership development programs, in the U.S., Canada, and Europe.
Cheryl attained her Ph.D. in Mythological Studies and Depth Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute, which houses the Joseph Campbell Library and archive, and is where she initiated her research into the intersection between art, technology and culture.
Cheryl is the co-author, with her husband, Kenton Hyatt, of the Values Perspectives theory and survey. She is certified in multiple psychological assessments, and is a certified instructor of Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain, as well as the Stanford Business School Creativity in Business program.
Cheryl and Kenton live near Tucson, at the foot of the Santa Catalina Mountains in the Sonoran Desert of southern Arizona.