My name is Cheryl Cain Scroggins. I was born abroad in Japan and traveled extensively as an Air Force military dependent. I have lived in Dayton long enough to call it home, and truly understand the value of having community roots. My life’s experiences led to a 34-year career with Public Health - Dayton & Montgomery County, including ten years providing community health education and working collaboratively to address systemic barriers to good health.
I have served locally as a Precinct Representative (16-B Princeton Woods), and as a board member of the American Cancer Society, Alzheimer’s Association of the Miami Valley, Cross Over Community Development, African American Cultural Festival, and Asian American Coalition. I also served on the Advisory Committee of Sinclair Community College’s Public Health Associate Degree Program, Community & Neighborhood Development Advisory Board, Latino Connection, and the Miami Valley Organizing Collaborative.
I am a graduate of the Dayton’s Neighborhood Leadership Institute and have been a delegate of the Regional Neighborhood Network Coalition, and Neighborhoods USA Conferences. I believe in continuing education and have attended Miami Jacobs Jr. Business College, Sinclair Community College, and the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.
In 2019, I retired from the public health sector, but have continued as an Independent Community Education Consultant. From January 2020 to the present, I have worked to develop the “Fighting Against Breast Cancer Project” for the Community Health Centers of Greater Dayton.
I believe in strengthening communities and families. Homeownership is the basis of family economic stability. It is my pleasure to work in such an expansive industry and I look forward to serving you and your family.