Sherrié Raleigh joined the Archway team in May 2019 as the Archway Professional for Pulaski County.
After graduating from Mercer University in 2003 with a Bachelor of Arts in English and Broadcast Communication, Raleigh worked for over ten years at the Government Employees Insurance Company. She started her career as a liability adjuster, but after three years was promoted to a medical claims adjuster. She left the insurance field in 2015 to return to school. During the summers of 2017 and 2018, she worked for the Georgia Department of Natural Resources as a Naturalist at Indian Springs State Park in Flovilla, Georgia. As a Naturalist, she led nature hikes, history programs, Parks After Dark events, planned and led Junior Ranger Camps, and organized summer holiday events.
Raleigh obtained a Bachelor of Arts in History at Middle Georgia State University in 2017. In 2019, she completed her Masters in Historic Preservation from the University of Georgia. Her thesis examined post-World War II food manufacturing facilities of Macon, Georgia and ideas on potential adaptive reuse for such structures. She currently lives in her hometown of Macon.