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Cynthia is a consultant providing leadership, staff development, strategic planning, customized presentations, and facilitation services to a wide spectrum of clients. She has over twenty years of experience working for non-profits and ten years with for-profit entities.
Through hundreds of presentations and public speaking engagements throughout the years she has: raised money and awareness for programs for the underserved, facilitated sessions on capacity building for organizations, presented training programs for groups helping at-risk youth, and developed numerous customized presentations. The results of these activities have impacted thousands of individuals and hundreds of diverse programs and organizations. Subjects are varied and range from coping with grief, leadership workshops, training for non-profit boards, to more specific instructional topics such as how to write grants and fundraising strategies.
Having been a foster parent for over 17 years, she is a sought after facilitator for training classes on strategies for parenting and educating at-risk youth. She volunteers with different organizations and serves on several community boards.
Cynthia’s most recent honor was her induction into the 2015 El Paso Women’s Hall of Fame by the El Paso Commission for Women, and a 2010 recipient of the El Paso Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., “Outstanding Person in the Field of Community Service” and also includes the following honors:
Selected to present at the Institute of Medicine (IOM) Roundtable on Health Literacy representing Home Health Care agencies in 2011
Served three years (two years as Co-chair) on the Healthcare Advisory Committee for The Honorable José R. Rodriguez, State Senator, Texas Senate District 29
Certified True Colors Facilitator/Presenter
Profiled in book, African American Achievers Making History on the Border in El Paso, Texas (1998)
A Little Bit About Cynthia
Cynthia D. Horton