Sheryl Loesch


Sheryl Loesch

Sheryl Loesch is currently the Clerk of the United States Bankruptcy Court, Middle District of Florida and has held that position since April 2017.  For the previous 18 years, Ms. Loesch served as the Clerk of the District Court, Middle District of Florida.  Prior to that time, Ms. Loesch served as the Chief Deputy Clerk for the District of Kansas for three years.

Ms. Loesch began her career in the judiciary serving as the Deputy in Charge of the Jacksonville Division of the United States District Court, Middle District of Florida from 1989-1996.  Ms. Loesch currently serves as Clerk liaison on behalf of the Federal Court Clerks Association to the International Judicial Relations Committee of the Judicial Conference of the United States.  She is currently the President of the International Association for Court Administration.  She is a Past President of the Federal Court Clerks Association.  She has served on a court management review team and as a faculty member for the Federal Judicial Center. 

Ms. Loesch has served as a consultant to international courts, traveling to Egypt, Montenegro, Slovenia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Namibia, Mali, and Bahrain to work on court reform and court enhancement projects and to conduct judicial management seminars. 

Ms. Loesch holds a Masters Degree in Public Administration and a Bachelor’s Degree in Social and Behavioral Science both from the University of South Florida in Tampa.

A native of Pittsburgh, PA, Sheryl has lived in Florida most of her adult life.  She enjoys traveling, bike riding, and outdoor photography