Sherry Gray

Sherry Gray


Commercial Technology, B2B SaaS, Digital Marketing, SEO


Florida Southern, Palm Beach State College


​ I love working from home and am passionate about emerging technology.

— Sherry Gray


Sherry Gray has written for Adweek, Entrepreneur, Engadget, Huffington Post, and other publications. She loves working from home, and is passionate about emerging technology. Before becoming a writer, she worked as a QA specialist for a startup, and then as a web developer and coder for a web hosting company. Currently, Sherry writes SEO content and copy for several corporate clients, including an enterprise fintech solution company, a B2B SaaS, and a chain of retail stores. 

Sherry moved away from Key West, Florida in 1982, but still considers it home. She now resides in the wilds of rural north Central Florida, where there is no food delivery and internet service is interrupted when it rains. And it rains a lot. 


Sherry attended Florida Southern and Palm Beach State College and studied Business and English.

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