Cheryl Kosewicz is a 35 year old district attorney who was born on November 11 and raised on a 22-acre farm in Grand Coulee, Washington. She grew up literally living off the land, and her family's only store purchases were paper products. At a young age, she knew how to fish, hunt, garden, sew her own clothes, work with animals, make things for the farm, and even participate in the rodeo. She actively participated in barrel-racing competitions, pole bending, goat-tying, roping and calf-riding. Her father led her to discover basketball, her true passion. During high school, she pursued playing basketball and ran in track and cross-country. Kosewicz graduated high school as a valedictorian, and moved on to college at University of Nevada, Las Vegas where she wasn't only a dean's lister but a basketball scholar as well. She received her Bachelor's degree in English and moved on to get her master's degree. Determined to fully complete her doctorate, she enrolled at Northwestern School of Law in Portland, where she successfully completed her studies for her Doctorate of Law. For the next six and a half years of her life, she worked as a Deputy District Attorney in Las Vegas. Kosewicz moved to Reno and continued her work, specializing on the prosecution of sexual abuse cases. When she isn't working, she likes to go to the gym, run, ski, and swim. She also enjoys reading, horseback riding and other athletic events.
Cheryl Kosewicz is one of the sixteen modern day pirates featured on Pirate Master, the new CBS reality show. The sixteen cast-aways are tasked to find the hidden treasure worth a million dollars hidden in the Dominica Island in the Caribbean. This passionate woman is one of the contenders for the title of Pirate Master.
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