Chairperson of the Eastbridge Neighbourhood Association for over 10 years successfully hosting well-attended events, advocating for community issues, written 40+ columns and articles, and has been a proud member of the Board for 21 years.
Member of the most recent City of Waterloo Neighbourhood Strategy Steering Committee.
Panelist at the 2019 Neighbourhood Community Summit sharing vast knowledge and experience through an open setting, answering questions and sharing what she’s learned.
Member of the City of Waterloo Volunteer Services Advisory Committee and chairperson for two terms who was a contributor in developing the five-year strategic plan. During this time, she was part of the committee who created the Community Builders' Award Program.
Member and Moderator of the Voter Support Committee at numerous Town Hall meetings in the 2010-2014 elections.
Member of Safe and Healthy Community Advisory Committee.
Member of the City of Waterloo Fire Station #4 Steering Committee researching for council presentations, writing materials on behalf of the community, and working with the group to see the station become reality.
Member of the Parks Watch Pilot program for Eastbridge.
Member of the Waterloo Community Council.
Member of the WRDSB Waterloo North East Boundary Study Group to secure a safe location for what is now Millen Woods Public School in the neighbourhood.
Fundraiser and social media liaison for Olympic figure skaters, Dylan Moscovitch and Kirsten Moore-Towers as they prepared for their competitive international journey.
Attended numerous workshops on behalf of our community such as the Community Forum for City of Waterloo Strategic Planning, Rec & Leisure Master Plan, Waterloo Community Forum, City of Waterloo Leadership Workshop
Cindy is a 2012 recipient of the Waterloo Award, the city’s highest civic honour, given based on innovation, impact on Waterloo, a legacy effect, length of service, and personal leadership skills.
She is also the recipient of a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal presented to recognize outstanding citizens who have made significant contributions to their community and to Canada. Cindy also has volunteer milestone pins from the City of Waterloo signifying 5, 10, and 20 years of service.