Cynthia is a long-time resident of Dane County, mother, and entrepreneur. She owns a clothing and apparel business. This business is dedicated to serving women of color with bodies who are not served by traditional fashion. She wants women to embrace the bodies they are in and feel blessed by the abilities they have. She has observed how women in the community experience great struggles related to the cost burdens of childcare and culturally responsive healthcare. Cynthia is committed to helping women thrive. She is excited to participate in the Well Black Woman Institute as an investment in herself and the community that she lives in.