Cheryl Tully Stoll M.B.A.
Sales Associate and Agency Marketing Director
Metrowest Commercial Real Estate LLC
Cheryl Tully Stoll is a real estate professional with over thirty years of marketing and sales experience including conducting sales training and developing and implementing global marketing programs from the ground up. Having held her real estate license for nearly ten years, and having grown up in the region, she is well versed in the Metrowest region’s economics, demographics and changing business patterns.
She has run her own marketing and business consulting firm and understands the challenges businesses face in today’s rapidly changing marketplace. She recognizes that the real estate needs of small businesses and larger enterprises are very different.
With an MBA from Bentley University, and a B.A. in Economics from Framingham State University along with decades of diverse professional experience, she brings clients a knowledgeable set of eyes and strong analysis skills for any proposed transaction whether it be a sale, purchase or leasing agreement.
Her attention to detail and expertise in multiple forms of media, communications tools and strong Internet search and electronic marketing skills, allow her to bring effective state-of-the art marketing and property search techniques to all of her clients.
As a former elected municipal official in the City of Framingham, she has experience in both sides of business licensing, land use, zoning and economic development matters. Currently she serves as a City Councilor At Large for Framingham, and Chairs the Appointments Committee, is Vice Chair of the Education Committee and a member of the Economic Development Committee.
As a trained and experienced mediator, her negotiation skills ,work style and energy are assets to every client she represents.
Tully Stoll’s driving philosophy is that client service comes first and is available to her clients at any time via email, phone, text messages or in-person meetings.
She has been named to the Motorola President’s Club, won the Motorola Minority Suppliers Development Award, was the Framingham Rotary Club’s 2016 Distinguished Citizen of the Year and was a 2018 Athena Award finalist for the Metrowest region and received the Framingham Medical Reserve Corps 2018 Inspiration Award including Citations from the Massachusetts State Senate and the Massachusetts House of Representatives.
Her passion for community service has led her to hold positions of responsibility for many civic and charitable organizations during the past three decades.
She lives in Framingham with her husband Ed Stolland has two step-daughters and a ten year-old grandson.
Some of Cheryl’s Community Activities:
Framingham City Councilor At Large 2018 – Present
Chair Appointments Committee
Vice-Chair Education Committee
Member, Education Committee
MetroWest Regional Transit Authority, Framingham Representative, 2015 – Present
MetroWest Health Foundation—Ethnic Disparities Workgroup, 2006 – Present
Framingham Board of Selectmen, 2014 – 2018 (Chair 2016 – 2018)
Framingham Board of Selectmen Policy Sub Committee Convener 2016 – 2018
Framingham Veterans’ Commission Selectmen’s Liaison, 2014 – 2018
MetroWest Health Foundation—Framingham Union Grants Panel, 2005 – 2014
MetroWest Health Foundation—Childhood Obesity Task Force, 2006 – 2012
Programs for People, Board of Directors, 2009 – 2011
Framingham Public Schools Health Advisory Committee, 2007 – 2012
Resiliency for Life at Framingham High School, Founding Advisory Board, 2001 – 2010
South Middlesex Legal Services, Kidscare Advisory Board Member, 2007 – 2010
Framingham Court Mediation Services, Small Claims Court Mediator, 2007 – 2008
Framingham Public Schools Food Service Director Search Committee, 2007
Framingham Public Access Founding Board of Directors & Treasurer/CFO, 2006 – 2007
Fiddler’s Green Neighborhood Association, Co-President, 2000 – 2001
Framingham Youth Commission, Appointed Member, 1984 – 1986, 1991 – 1993
Framingham Public Schools Superintendent Search Committee, 1982
Framingham Public Schools Health Curriculum Review Committee, 1981