Sherry Stewart Deutschmann is the founder of LetterLogic, Inc. a $40 Million company whose primary client base is the healthcare revenue cycle. Sherry and the company have enjoyed tremendous success, being recognized by EY as an “Entrepreneurial Winning Woman” ; by INC Magazine, having been named an INC 5000 Company for 11 consecutive years); and has been quoted in Success, Forbes, Entrepreneur, Business Leaders, and Fast Company in regards her belief that employee-centric cultures lead to a healthier bottom line. LetterLogic was sold to a private equity firm in 2016.
In 2013, Sherry was inducted into the Nashville Entrepreneur Center Entrepreneur Hall of Fame and in 2015, she received the coveted Entrepreneur of the Year at the Nashville Next awards.
In 2016, Sherry was selected as a White House Champion of Change for her work to increase the minimum wage and support for paying living wages to all.
Sherry is a member of the Board of Directors for The Nashville Entrepreneurs Center, Thistle Farms, The Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce. Sherry also serves as advisory or council member to the Nashville Gender Equity Council, Pathway Lending’s Women’s Business Center, and ScaleUp.
Sherry is married to entrepreneur Mark Deutschmann, founder and CEO of Core Development and Village Real Estate Services. Sherry and Mark have two daughters, Whitney and Chelsea, and two granddaughters, Nikko and Reagan.
Sherry is currently writing an instructional memoir for entrepreneurs and is investing in women-led businesses.