Sherri Pruzinsky graduated from Taylor University in 1991 with a B.A. in Christian Education. In 1994, she then graduated from Belmont University with a B.S. in Nursing. Sherri also obtained a Master of Science from Texas Women’s University in the field of Family Nurse Practitioner in 2012. Sherri worked with Johnson & Johnson Medical in Arlington, TX from 1998-1999 as a nursing consultant. From 1999 to 2001, Sherri worked for Tri-Ace Home Healthcare in Houston, TX as a home health registered nurse. From 2000 to 2008, Sherri worked for the M.D. Anderson Cancer Hospital in Houston, TX as a critical care registered nurse. Mrs. Pruzinsky was involved in three major research studies. From 1988-1996, she evaluated central venous catheter risk factors to cancer patients. From 2000-2002, she collected and statistically analyzed data at M.D. Anderson Hospital. From 2004-2006, and she was a lead investigator in a research study on nursing stress at M.D. Anderson Hospital.
Mrs. Pruzinsky has used her talents as a nurse in a charitable capacity many times, working for organizations such as World Medical Mission and T.I.M.E. Mexico Medical Mission in the United Arab Emirates, Kenya, Egypt, St. Petersburg, Russia, Thailand, and Greece. Sherri was a Youth Minister to Underprivileged Children (6th-12th grade) between 1994 to 1998 at the New Creation Church in Houston, TX. She was also part of the Matthew 25 Ministry at the St. Thomas School in San Antonio, TX, coordinating with local groups about their needs and development plans. She has been an Awanas volunteer, serving at both the Frisco Bible Church and the Madison Hills Baptist Church in San Antonio, TX as children’s and youth group leaders. Mrs. Pruzinsky has also been a group leader of the MOPS (Mothers of Pre-Schoolers) group at several churches, including First
Baptist Church of Frisco, TX, Community Bible Church of San Antonio, TX, Christ Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Houston, TX, and Bethel Lutheran Church of Slidell, LA.