Sheryle Gillihan is committed to her values and is purposeful in her work. Sheryle is CEO of CauseLabs, a 2017 Dallas Business Journal 40 under 40 honoree, a social enterprise advisor, a speaker, and a purpose ambassador. She works to bridge cultural gaps and creatively disrupt global challenges to help organizations scale impact towards equality, education and access. Sheryle fuses her hope for a better, brighter future with over 15 years of leadership, operations, and technical management experience. Ranging from military to corporate to nonprofit sectors, her career path led her to CauseLabs in 2010, where she brought immense perspective and coordination.
A year in the military, seven years as a stay-at-home mother, and four years in corporate America taught Sheryle to seek purpose and to value meaningful work. In 2010, she joined CauseLabs, a software development company working with non-profits and social enterprises to scale their missions and solve problems worth solving. It blended her experience with technology with her passion for giving back.
Today, in addition to her role as CauseLabs CEO, Sheryle serves on three advisory boards, leads the United Way of Tarrant County’s KERNEL social innovation program, and is in her 11th year as a Girl Scout leader. Sheryle is also co-founder of PurposeWP, a WordPress-based company that helps non-profits with their online presence.
Sheryle speaks at conferences around the world about purpose-driven, mission-focused business and leadership skills.
BizWomen Headliners - Women in Technology - 2018
Dallas Business Journal 40 under 40 Honoree 2017
Leadership - CauseLabs 2014
Most Passionate Employee - CauseLabs 2011
Employee of the Year - awarded by Dan Bradbary, 2009
10,000 Volunteer Hours - awarded by General Dubik at Fort Lewis, 2006
Honorable Discharge - US Army 229th MI Battalion Bravo Company, 1999
Most Creative - awarded by SHS class of 1995