Sherri Donovan Biography
Sherri Donovan, a top attorney, author, and speaker, is the divorce clinic specialist for the Service Fund of the National Organization for Women (NOW), in New York City. She is the author of Hit Him Where it Hurts--the take-no-prisoners guide to divorce, alimony, custody, child support and more. A cum laude graduate of New York Law School, she lectures about divorce for audiences as diverse as the United Nations, the New York County Lawyers Association, MSNBC, and CBS.
New York County Lawyers Association; United Nations; Board of Education; YWCA; Learning Alliance; Behavioral Associates; Penn Plaza Brokerage; Women's Health Partnership; St. Luke's Hospital; Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services; Jewish Community Council; Coalition for Family Justice; Downtown Community Center; HSBC Bank; Los Ninos Young Child Expo & Conference.
MSNBC (Britney Spears); CBS (Christie Brinkley); The Geraldo Show; The Montel Williams Show; The Jennifer Regan Show; News Talk with Lisa Marie; UPN Channel 9.
WWRL Radio Program; The Joey Reynolds Show; The Bev Smith Show; Classic Rock 104.3 FM; Forensic Perspectives with Mark Gottlieb; and over 50 syndicated national radio appearances.
Author of Hit Him Where it Hurts--the take-no-prisoners guide to divorce, alimony, child support, and more
NEWSPAPERS & MAGAZINES
Daily News; Jane Magazine; Associated Press; the Post; Newsday; Village Voice; Crain's; Cosmopolitan; Divorce Magazine; Amsterdam News; New York Law School Alumni Publication; Brooklyn Woman; Courier Life; and other local newspapers.
POLITICAL, CHARITABLE, AND PERSONAL AFFILIATIONS
Stacy focuses her practice exclusively on family mediation and parenting coordination. Stacy received her J.D. from Columbia University School of Law in 2004 and her B.A. from Barnard College in 1996. She completed a comprehensive program in divorce mediation training at the Center for Mediation and Training in New York. She is a member of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC) and has completed training in parenting coordination through the AFCC.