Cheryl A. Guerrero is a multimedia producer for Boston Consulting Group. She was previously a media producer for Stanbridge College and a video|photojournalist at the Los Angeles Times, working in the newspaper industry for 9 years. Her current projects are a portrait series and audio interviews with female breakdancers (b-girls), editing a mini-documentary about Kena "Wonda" Prado, a b-girl who competes in several breakdance competitions locally, and working on a documentary about GOGI (Gettting Out By Going In), a self-help/support group created by the formerly incarcerated for the incarcerated.
Cheryl's editorial images were shot in the San Francisco Bay Area, Minneapolis, Minn., Cleveland, Ohio, West Palm Beach, Fla., Miami, Chicago and Southern California. She has worked at the Oakland Tribune, Star Tribune, Plain Dealer, Palm Beach Post, Miami Herald and Chicago Tribune. In the summer of 2008, she was selected for Poynter Institute's Summer Fellowship Program, a six-week intensive course where recent graduates produced and edited multimedia pieces in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Cheryl moved to Southern California in January 2009, where her freelance work appeared in the Buzzfeed, Wall St. Journal, Orange County Register, Press-Enterprise, Los Angeles Newspaper Group (LANG), and the Los Angeles Times Community News.
She is a Bay Area native who graduated with a bachelor arts degree in journalism and minor in marketing in May 2007. She is currently an MBA student at Pepperdine University. Anticipated graduation date is April 2018.
Cheryl currently resides in Long Beach, Calif. and is available for freelance work anywhere in the US.