Cheryl Biggs has served on the Board of Directors for Youth Enrichment Services, Inc. since 2009. She splits her time between consulting and as owner of the Gourmet Edibles Excellent Esculents Company. She has years of experience in supporting the retention of academically and economically challenged participants in the Student Support Services program, as well as providing comprehensive services for students with learning disabilities, at Abraham Baldwin College.
Her community involvement includes serving on the Mr. Ararat Community Activity Center (MACAC) Middle School Mentoring Program Core Committee and participation in the Enlightened Voices for the Environment (EVE) Project. A proponent of educational travel, she has designed many co-curricular experiences for both adolescent and adult students. She is an alumnus of Florida A&M University and Slippery Rock University.