Cynthia English is the CEO & founder of Global Scribes® which fosters a unique mission of catapulting past rhetoric, politics, religion, and socio demographic segregation to allow youth to be Youth Uniting Nations® through global friendships and shared virtual experiences.
Cynthia first embraced the fusion of Technology and Humanity in 1998, creating ‘great dates’, a reality television show, virtual interaction & merchandising platform picked up by The Hallmark Channel. (Please note: all new projects were subsequently dropped by Crown Media).
She graduated from The Marshall School, University of Southern California, attended the Aspen Writer's Conference, and Oxford University's School of Continuing Education for Creative Writing, learning along the way to champion criticism, stay unique, and to keep striving toward ‘exceptional’. Most recently, she received a Certificate in Executive Leadership for NonProfits from Duke University. Taking inspiration from a life living and working around the globe, she has had articles published in the United States and Europe, with her first thriller novel published in 2010.
Today she pursues her passions–creativity and outreach–heeding the impassioned plea of a young woman named Honig, whom Cynthia met on a train between Budapest and Bucharest–"please, never stop delivering world adventure to those unable to make the journeys themselves." And to this end, embracing the human dynamics and cultural riches she has known, she perseveres through life's lessons to provide powerful messages of friendship, acceptance of different and distinct lives, and preservation of free spirit in all humanity, regardless of origin and culture. How? Merging Technology & Humanity.