Sheldon L. Herring
Sheldon Herring graduated from the University of Arizona in 1983 with a degree in neuropsychology and minor in rehabilitation. Dr. Herring was one of the developers of the Brain Injury Program within the Greenville Hospital System University Medical Center and has served as the clinical director of the Outpatient Traumatic Brain Injury and Young Stroke Programs of Roger C. Peace Rehab Hospital for 24 years. His public service includes being the first president of the Brain Injury Association of South Carolina, and he is the current chairperson of the South Carolina Brain Injury Leadership Council, the state’s advisory body on brain injury mandated under the Federal TBI Act. Dr. Herring was a CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) surveyor for more than ten years and was on a national panel that developed CARF guidelines for brain injury rehabilitation.