Award Winning and Best Selling Author
An internationally renowned speaker and corporate brand strategist, Cheryl Kilodavis speaks at schools worldwide, as well as corporations, government groups, universities, and parenting organizations, providing thought-provoking perspectives and relevant tools for change.Book Cheryl
The Acceptance Blog
There is a need in our country and our world to hear from the positive voices of 'Acceptance Champions', those who are doing something, saying something, and making changes by bringing positive perspectives to negative situations. These champions are saving lives right now.Follow Cheryl's Blog
The Acceptance Curriculum
- Real life, age appropriate digestible content
- Alignment with Common Core Standards
- Templates for fostering actionable conversations of acceptance
Speaking About Acceptance
Recipient of a Harvey Milk Diversity Equality Award and named one of eHow’s Shift Top 100 Women, Cheryl has been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, the London Times, People Magazine, Parenting and on the Today Show, NPR, Dr. Drew, Dr. Phil and more.Cheryl's Workshops
My Princess Boy
Best seller My Princess Boy is a nonfiction picture book about a 4-year-old boy who happily expresses his authentic self by enjoying "traditional girl" things like jewelry, sparkles or anything pink. The book has started a worldwide dialogue about unconditional friendship and teaches children — and adults — how to accept children for who they are and how they wish to look.Buy The Book
The Acceptance Curriculum is designed for primary grades (preK-5th).
It offers a yearlong workshop-type curriculum that includes unit objectives to teach the overall community, and reach acceptance of those who are, feel or express themselves differently.
It is packed with youth and teacher tested activities, lessons, social interaction exercises, practical teaching tips, and descriptions of recommended acceptance continuum sequencing.
The Acceptance Curriculum reflects established approaches supporting state-of-the-art teaching practices and aligns unit lessons with appropriate common core curriculum standards.