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2019 Outstanding Business Woman of the Year

Sheri Marshall

Sheri Marshall is a successful business owner of two companies, Umoveit - Wecleanit Enterprises - Commercial Cleaning Contractor and Best Choice Mobile Notary and Document Signing Services. Sheri is a Mortgage Loan Closer for title companies, lenders and banks across the globe. Sheri is the “Preferred Notary” for several rehabilitation hospitals, nursing homes, retirement centers and Attorneys in the metro Austin area. She provides free services to senior citizens, whom are not able to pay for her services. Sheri also provides free services to inmates in the city jail in the Austin metro. She is a Texas notary public trainer in the Austin & Houston areas. She trains new notaries for local credit unions and banks. Sheri has held notary trainings in Austin, Houston, Dallas and Beaumont. This business owner won the Best Creative Business in 2004 by the Austin Chamber of Commerce.

Sheri is also the proud owner of Umoveit-WeCleanit Enterprises (UMWC). UMWC is a commercial janitorial company that has numerous contracts with high-end stores such as Tesla, Michael Kors, and Stage stores, DSW, Coach and Prada. Sheri is the only African American female owned contractor in the Austin Metro. The company does post construction final clean for new stores and buildings. UMWC is recognized from Austin to Houston. UMWC has grown from 3 contracts to 26 contracts. UMWC is contacted repeatedly from contractors in various states for renovations, new construction and remodels in the Austin Metro and Houston area. The primary focus in starting this company was to train and put men and women back to work that have been in the criminal justice system and to help them turn their lives around, build a better future and a good work history. Sheri Marshall has formed a partnership with the Texas Department of Criminal Justice System (TDCJ) and the Probation officers to hire ex-offenders that meet the criteria. UMWC is a 2nd chance employer that is widely recognized for the work they are doing with the criminal justice system.