Goldstein Named Unsung Heroine By Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women

FRAMINGHAM – The Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women has named Framingham mom Sheryl Goldstein as one of the Commonwealth’s Unsung Heroines of 2018.

Goldstein, who is co-president of the Framingham Special Education Parent Advisory Council, was nominated for the award by Rep. Chris Walsh. She has held the co-president title for the last three years.

She also has been an advocate for students with learning disabilities, lobbying for as a member of Decoding Dyslexia of MA.

Goldstein also initiated a collaboration with Framingham State University for enhancing resources in the MetroWest area for parents whose children have special needs.

Annual Unsung Heroine honors go to incredible women who are selected for their contributions to their community and the Commonwealth.

Unsung Heroines are women who don’t always make the news, but truly make the difference in their communities, businesses, or volunteer endeavors.

They’re selected because they are women who without fanfare or recognition, uses your time, talent, spirit, and enthusiasm to enrich the lives of others.

The Commission will honor and celebrate the Unsung Heroines from across the Commonwealth at the 2018 Unsung Heroines Ceremony on Wednesday, June 20 at the Massachusetts State House

She lives in Framingham with her husband, and their two daughters.

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Photo courtesy of photographer Candi Wilson

Framingham Source Editor Susan Petroni

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