Dr. Cheryl K. Robson
Dr. Cheryl K. Robson was born in 1954 in Easton, Pennsylvania. She graduated from Easton Area High School in 1972, New York University in New York, NY (B.A. in Biology) in January of 1976, and New England College of Optometry in Boston, MA in May of 1980. She also has an internship in visual therapy from the SUNY School of Optometry in New York, NY (June to August 1979).
After graduating NEWENCO, she began practicing in Grand Forks, ND. In 1983, she moved to Virginia and began her practice in Winchester in December 1983, next to Pearle Vision Center in the Apple Blossom Mall. There have been several moves over the 25 years of practice in Winchester (including practicing with Drs. Eisele and Legge, and next to Sterling Optical). The most recent (and probably last!) move in December 2008 was to our current location at 905 Cedar Creek Grade, which is the realization of her dream to have a full-service optometric practice, including an optical center.
She is a member of the American Optometric Association (1976 to present), Virginia Optometric Association (1983 to present), Beta Sigma Kappa Honor Society (1978), Board of Trustees for VOA (2004-2007), Virginia Academy of Optometry (2014) and she is currently the secretary of Blue Ridge Optometric Society. She also serves as a keyperson for our State Senator and Representative. She is an active participant in both the InfantSee and Vision USA programs of the American Optometric Association.
She has been married to L. Mark Robson since 1983. They have two children: Eric and Elizabeth. Dr. Robson enjoys traveling and music. She is actively involved at Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church in Winchester, having served in many capacities there, including a former secretary of council, Grace Chorale, and Grace Ringers (handbells). She is also a member of Arts Chorale of Winchester.
Dr. Robson sees patients Monday through Thursday.
Dr. Amanda D. Morris
Dr. Morris is happy to be back in Virginia and is excited to be practicing optometry in the Winchester area where she grew up. She looks forward to sharing her experience gained during her residency at the Veterans Affairs Hospital in Perry Point, MD. She also mentored in the glaucoma and primary care department of The Wilmer Eye Institute at Johns Hopkins. She obtained specialized training in ocular disease as well as the fit and management of specialty contact lenses.