Cheri Crothers graduated in 1973 with a BA in political science. She was a founding member of Wright State's first Model UN team, advised by Byron Wang and Ken Kotecha. Representing Japan, the USSR, the UK, the USA and Italy, Cheri and her teammates earned Outstanding Delegate awards each year from 1969-73. In 1974, Cheri moved to Isfahan, Iran, beginning a long international career, as well as her association with the American Association of University Women. In Iran, the Netherlands, Pakistan, Guam and South Korea, Cheri was active in the American expatriate community in a variety of capacities, including coordinating voter registration, working on political campaigns, and working in the Hague High School Model United Nations program. After her return to the United States, Cheri worked on the 2000 John McCain campaign as an outreach coordinator, and switched to the Democratic Party in 2001. She has worked as a precinct captain in Rhode Island, and as a media specialist and precinct training director in numerous campaigns. Cheri joined the Tucson, AZ, Pima County Central Committee (2004-2009) where she was a grass roots organizer for Hillary Clinton, and was in charge of the AAUW program to teach girls in middle and high school how to run for elected office. Since June 2009, Cheri has served on Clark County's Democratic Central Committee, and is Secretary of the Truman Kennedy Democratic Club and the Women’s Issues Group (WIGS). Her engagement in civic life and public affairs exemplify the essence of an engaged citizen, and the department is extremely proud to acknowledge her service and leadership as a political science alumna.