|Position:||Administrative Assistant/Head Coach|
Sheryl Voth is in her first year of her second stint with the Colorado football program, as she is the assistant to head coach Mike MacIntyre, moving into the role in April 2015.
She had been working in the CU’s athletics facility department for the previous two years, after she spent two years as the assistant to head football coach Jon Embree for the 2011 and 2012 seasons. She shifted into that position literally from down the hall in the Dal Ward Athletic Center, as she worked in the Herbst Academic Center.
Prior to working in athletics, she was employed on the CU-Boulder campus as an administrative assistant in the Registrar’s Office. Before returning to the work force in 2008, she was fortunate to be able to stay at home with her three children, Tyler, Shelby, and Shaylynne. She has always been actively involved with volunteering, especially at her children’s schools. Before raising her children, she worked for Safeway for many years managing the bakery at one of the Boulder stores.
A native of Boulder, she graduated from Fairview High School, and attended the University of Colorado. The former Sheryl Bonnes, when she was in sixth grade, she became one of the first girls in Boulder to play on a boys’ Little League baseball team.
A professional cake decorator and instructor, her hobbies include waterskiing, particularly at Lake Powell, snow skiing, hiking and biking. She has also coached youth basketball, mentoring the YMCA girls’ team in Boulder since 1999. A long-time fan of CU athletics and basketball in particular, she has had season tickets since the 80’s.