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Cheryl A.S. Hurley

Cheryl A.S. Hurley is an extraordinary woman who embraces her life’s mission wholeheartedly. A Certified Life Coach with a passion for tapping potential and maximizing prospects, she creates an open and safe space for clients to clarify intentions, expand possibilities, and reach new heights. Cheryl coaches individuals to conquer their fears, achieve their dreams, and realize their unique purpose despite the circumstances they may have faced.


Cheryl accomplishes this through a three-step process where she empowers, inspires, and cultivates individuals into firm and capable leaders. She displays the strength of character in areas of administration and organizational communication, and at workshops/seminars, she never fails to impart positively. She combines honesty and empathy and attendees have repeatedly testified that her coaching sessions are inspiring, energetic, and transformative. 

I candidly recall being a classic human being with my very own struggles and stories to tell.” She says, “My ongoing journey of personal discovery happened while on my committed journey of helping others. It took me several years to overcome depression and have a change in mindset and beliefs. I worked hard, sought the support of others, and wholeheartedly embraced the hope that my struggles would result in something valuable to help others.”

She conducts individual and group coaching and leads workshops throughout Philadelphia and the surrounding area.

Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Cheryl has always been a positive influence on her family and friends alike.  Seeing this as a gift mixed with passion, she decided to pursue a career as a Life Coach and was later certified at Life Purpose Coaching Centers International®.
With an educational background in Social Work, she holds the Director’s Credential from Northampton Community College.  Cheryl is a Certified Biblical Counselor, a Certified Prepare and Enrich Counselor (PREP™), a Certified HIV Instructor, and a Certified Addictions Counselor through the R.E.S.T. Philly Project with an emphasis in forensics. 


She was licensed as a Minister in March 2003 and ordained in December 2005. In addition to that, she is pursuing certification at the Institute for Family Professionals (IFP), a training organization that provides a trauma-competent, professional development sanctuary for personal and professional growth.

She completed studies at Eastern University’s Business and Organizational Leadership Program in May 2017.

The legacy that a woman leaves

is the one she lives, breathes, and walks."



— Renai Ellison —

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