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Pegged an advocate for Female Entrepreneurs of faith, Sherilyn Bennett is an accomplished and sought-after national speaker and award-winning graphic designer and branding expert who is taking the marketplace by storm. She is the celebrated author of “It’s Time for a Village Meeting: Awakening Moms, Reclaiming Our Girls” and the soon-to-be-released book, “LEAP: Taking It By Faith! An Inspirational Guide For Female Entrepreneurs.” 

Sherilyn is the CEO of Camden Lane Creative Agency, a full-service corporate design and branding agency. She has over 20 years in the creative industry in both the news and advertising arena. Her clientele includes Grammy and Dove nominated gospel artist, Jekalyn Carr, Chopped Champion Shacafrica Simmons Stellar-Award winning, gospel artist Beverly Crawford and Evangelist LaTrice Ryan along with an array of corporate clients. Sherilyn is shining a bright light on her faith with her new LEAP brand that empowers entrepreneurs to take their faith in the marketplace. Sherilyn believes that entrepreneurs and those in business should have their love for God in the forefront and as a result change the environment of the marketplace by doing business with integrity and godly character. 

To that end, Sherilyn has been interviewed on ABC, Fox, CW 18 and NBC Television, and many radios show about the topic of entrepreneurship and branding. Sherilyn was recently highlighted in The Huffington Post, Rolling Out Magazine, Beautifully Said Magazine, Black Enterprise and Glambitious Magazine about her entrepreneurial journey and named one of Sheen Magazine’s women to watch in 2018. In addition, she was recently interviewed by The Story Exchange for a National Business Women’s Association article. 

Sherilyn uses her anointing to build the kingdom of God by training ministries, corporations, and entrepreneurs on the importance of brand positioning, strengthening, and consistency. 

Sherilyn was born and raised in Ocala, Florida but currently lives in Charlotte, NC. She is the mother of two sons, Kenneth and DeVonte, both of whom are in college.