Sheri F. Schultz, CPA/ABV/CFF, is the Director of Litigation Support & Business Valuation Services for Fiske & Company, a business valuation and litigation boutique firm in South Florida. Since joining Fiske & Company in 1990 as Director of the Valuation Services Department, Sheri has provided business valuation services to manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers, medical practices, restaurants, service entities, and public companies. Ms. Schultz is a frequent speaker on topics such as business valuation, lost profits, economic damages, and testifying skills. Sheri’s certifications and professional background enable her to provide expert advice and counsel to outside CPAs as well as lawyers representing clients in business litigation where business valuation is involved. Her practice focus is in business damages claims, fraud, and business transitions of all kinds including family succession. Sheri has provided expert witness testimony and consulting services in complex estate and accounting matters. As Chair of the Business Valuation/Litigation Committee for the FICPA, Sheri helped to develop the Valuation and Litigation Section for the State of Florida; she recently stepped down from the Board of Governors for the FICPA where she served for 6 years. Her position on the National Business Valuation Committee for the AICPA has been instrumental in the advancement of the business valuation discipline. Sheri currently serves on the AICPA’s ABV Credential Committee and as the Chair of the ABV Champion Task Force. Sheri’s recent awards include being named the AICPA ABV Champion of the Year, FICPA's Woman to Watch 2014, honored as a “Key Partner” in Accounting by the South Florida Business Journal, a “Woman Extraordinaire” by Business Leader Magazine, and a “Top CPA in Litigation Support” by the South Florida Legal Guide. She has authored professional articles published in the South Florida Business Journal, Daily Business Review, South Florida Legal Guide, and Broward Barrister. Sheri has presented numerous seminars for the Broward County Bar Association, the AICPA and the FICPA, as well as many local estate planning groups and other organizations.