Cyndi has worked in animal welfare all of her adult life. She worked as a veterinary technician for several years. She also worked for the national organization, Alley Cat Allies, as well as several other animal welfare organizations. As an attorney, she helped to draft potential legislation in Pennsylvania about a spay neuter policy, and worked with counties around the state, educating them about trap-neuter-return (TNR) and its laws regarding homeless animals. She currently has the good fortune of living in Tennessee and is continuing her dedication to animals through volunteer work and teaching animal CPR and first aid. She is excited to be educating people about this life-saving technique, and feels that it is an important skill that no pet owner should be without.