Sheri Atwood, founder of SupportPay by Ittavi, the first-ever automated payment platform to help parents who live apart manage child support and share child expenses. Prior to starting SupportPay, Sheri was a successful marketing and product executive with Fortune 500 experiences. Atwood has also been named "Top 40 Under 40 Executive in Silicon Valley" in 2009. She is a child of divorce and a single mother who seeks to reduce the conflict children are exposed to when it comes to parents living apart.
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