Sheri J. Caplan has provided commentaries, biographical and corporate profiles, historical synopses, legal and financial analyses, book reviews, archival research, and related content to various media outlets and other entities, including, Bloomberg Law, The Motley Fool, Kirkus Media, BlueInk Review, and Bookslut. Petticoats and Pinstripes is her first book. She also contributed to the collaborative research project on immigrant entrepreneurship coordinated by the German Historical Institute and her essay on Marcus Goldman is published in Immigrant Entrepreneurship: German-American Business Biographies, 1720 to the Present, vol. 2, edited by William J. Hausman.

Sheri previously served as vice president and assistant general counsel at Goldman Sachs and is on the securities arbitrator roster of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. She earned her bachelor’s degree in history from Yale University where she was co-publisher of the Yale Daily News and her juris doctor degree from the University of Virginia School of Law where she was a Dillard Fellow and executive editor of the Virginia Journal of International Law. Sheri is a full member of the National Book Critics Circle and the Authors Guild, and is a certified Guided Autobiography instructor. She lives in Connecticut where, when not otherwise running from bees, she enjoys a nice cup of tea while writing. Chocolate helps, too.

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