Cindy Levine, Board Member
Cindy Levine is a 20 year resident of Park City and founder of C-Change Consulting and Intrigue Design. In the early 90’s Cindy worked in sales for Colgate-Palmolive and later as an analyst. From there she dabbled in the “dot.com” world and after a handful of failures landed a sales job with PowerSchool, which was later purchased by Apple. Cindy covered the western states selling and implementing software in kindergarten through 12th grade school districts.
After enjoying a stint in the world of technology and sales, she took a break to focus on activism along with non-profit work and started her own interior design business. Within 5 years she both opened her own interior design store and chaired several fundraising events for local private schools. She focused on creating awareness of child trafficking via social media. The organization she focused on was Maiti Nepal – the character from the film was named CNN Hero of the Year in 2010.
Since November 2016, Cindy has put her design business on pause. She acted as local coordinator and producer of the Park City Women’s March in January 2017, founded the online mailer “Shaking the Blues,” joined forces with Summit County Recovery, and accepted a position as a board member of CONNECT. She has an intense passion to alleviate the stigma attached to substance abuse disorder.
Cindy is a member of Summit County Recovery, CONNECT Summit County, a state delegate, a volunteer for a handful of local non-profits, a member of the Summit County Democrats, Women’s Democrats of Utah, League of Women Voters, and a Board Member of Utah Women Unite. She continuously drives energy and awareness to the many causes in the greater Utah and Park City communities.
“I love surrounding myself with people who give their heart to issues that matter to them. I feed off that love and hope my energy and passion does the same for those I work with. I’m all about connecting the dots, building bridges and elevating those who share this enthusiasm.”