Chatfield, Cheryl A.
CHATFIELD, Cheryl A.
CHATFIELD, Cheryl A. American. Genres: How-to books, Money/Finance. Career: Worked as stockbroker; Chatfield, Dean and Co. Inc., founder, partner, and chief executive officer; Women Securities International Inc., founder and owner; worked as high school English teacher in Bristol, CT; district coordinator of language arts for public schools in New Britain, CT; Campfire (afterschool child care provider), supervisor and curriculum specialist; Center for Entrepreneurship and Economic Development, instructor; adjunct professor: University of Arizona and University of New Mexico; State Penitentiary of New Mexico, executive director of Alice King Family Center; National Association of Securities Dealers, registered representative, 1980, financial principal, 1984; registered investment adviser, 1981; Nottingham Institute (nonprofit educational organization), president; Central Connecticut State University, assistant professor; business and educational consultant. Publications: Low-Priced Riches: Investing in the OTC Market, 1985; Selling Low-Priced Riches: Being a Successful OTC Stock Broker, 1986; The Trust Factor: The Art of Doing Business in the 21st Century, 1997; Don't Fall off the Bicycle: Balancing Chaos & Order in Our Lives, 2002. Address: Nottingham Institute, 589 Hartford Rd Ste 223, New Britain, CT 06053, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]