Sheryl L. Loesch
Chief Administrative Officer
Sheryl L. Loesch has served as the Clerk of Court for the United States District Court, Middle District of Florida since 1999. She previously served as the Chief Deputy Clerk for the United States District Court, District of Kansas from 1996-1999. Prior to relocating to Kansas, Ms. Loesch served as the Division Manager in the Jacksonville Division of the Middle District of Florida from 1989-1996. Ms. Loesch became the President of the Federal Court Clerk’s Association in July 2005. She is one of the founding Board Members of the newly established International Association of Court Administration, which held its first conference in September 2004 in Ljubljana, Slovenia. In 2004, Sheryl assisted as a consultant on a USAID project in Egypt. She is also a member of the District Clerks Advisory Group of the Administrative Office of the United States Courts. She has served as a trainer and facilitator for the Federal Judicial Center and has facilitated several programs on the Federal Judiciary’s Television Network (FJTN). Ms. Loesch earned her Master’s Degree in Public Administration in 1987 and her Bachelor’s Degree in Social and Behavioral Sciences in 1982 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, riding bikes, weight training, and outdoor photography.