Since 1995, Sheri Chase has assisted thousands of injured or disabled individuals in obtaining necessary medical treatment and benefits in the areas of workers’ compensation, social security disability, long term disability, short term disability, disability retirement, accidental death and dismemberment, and unemployment insurance. She achieved her Bachelor of Business Administration from the prestigious Frank G. Zarb School of Business at Hofstra University and successfully completed the Paralegal Studies Program at Long Island University’s Legal Studies Institute. The list of charitable organizations to which Sheri has donated her time is extensive. She and her husband, Dennis, are co-founders of the DLWP Foundation, a not-for profit charitable corporation, whose sole purpose is to plan an annual fund raiser with all proceeds benefiting Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund (www.findacure.org) who, in turn, donates thousands of dollars raised every year to new and established researchers investigating the causes, prevention, and treatment of breast cancer, including, but not limited to, Stony Brook University Medical Center. Sheri attempts to make decisions which incorporate the knowledge we possess about the causes of cancer into her daily lifestyle and encourages others to do the same. While there is a great deal we do not know, we do know there is a connection between our environment, the food we eat, and our overall health. On a regular basis, Sheri strongly encourages her friends and family to live a more healthy lifestyle as a result. Pet Peeves, Inc. is another organization Sheri is proud to support. Pet Peeves raises funds to benefit no-kill shelters, rescue groups, Humane Education Programs in our community’s schools, teaching children to respect all living creatures, and pet therapy programs in children’s hospitals and nursing homes. Sheri believes every decision we make impacts other people and we all have the ability to improve someone else’s life. Sheri regularly lends her support to friends and family and encourages them to assist others when they can. In this way, they will not only improve their feelings about themselves, they will improve society as a whole.