Cheryl Pilchik '84
Utility NavTop NavContentLeft NavSite SearchSite SearchSite Search

Cheryl Pilchik '84

Adjunct Associate Professor of Marketing & Advertising, The Art Institute of Philadelphia; Adjunct Professor of Marketing, CabrinI University

Career Tip

"Love what you do! Do not just take a job because the money is good, or you like numbers (but you really don't), or because your parents said it's a good idea. Take the position because you have the drive, feel passionate about the subject matter, and want to make a difference. If you do it that way, you will get paid for doing something you love and it will never seem like a job. Good luck!"

More about Cheryl
Cheryl Pilchik '84 and family

Cheryl received her bachelor's in marketing from the University of Hartford in 1984, then went on to earn her master's in management and marketing from St. Joseph's University. She worked for a variety of advertising agencies and marketing firms as an account executive and marketing manager prior to joining the faculty at both The Art Institute of Philadelphia and at Cabrini University as an adjunct professor in marketing and advertising. Cheryl also simultaneously owns and operates a uniquely creative invitation and promotions company, Invitations Plus.

Cheryl Pilchik '84 with UHart roommate Dr. Sara Granoff '85Cheryl believes that every student deserves a chance to shine. She likes to help her students identify their strengths and helps them overcome their weaknesses when it comes to advertisting, marketing, and graphic design. She ecourages all her students to do their absolute best, emphasizing that hard work will help them attain their goals and dreams. She wants her students to be proud of their education and all of their accomplishments.

Cheryl attributes her love of teaching to Charles Canedy III and Margery Steinberg, her favorite professors at UHart!

Photos, top: Cheryl Pilchik with her son and husband at her son's graduation from Harvard Law School. Bottom: Cheryl with her UHart roommate and friend, Dr. Sara Granoff '85, connect in person after 30 years of staying in touch by email.

See more Career Tips