Cynthia Moran was elected to the Chino Hills City Council in November of 2012. This is her first term as Mayor. She has been an active volunteer in the community and currently serves as a Board Member of the Chino Hills Community Foundation.
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City Council Committee Involvement
Cynthia has been active in civic and educational organizations in Chino Hills since 1995. She has volunteered for the Parent Teacher Association (PTA) at several school sites, at the District and State level, and has served as the President of the Chino Valley PTA Council. During her term as PTA Council President, she chartered three new PTAs in the District and mentored 24 PTA/PTSA presidents. Cynthia has served on various School District Committees over the years including the Grade Appeal Panel appointed by the Superintendent, the Calendar Committee, and has also served on numerous administrative interview panels.
She has served on the Board of Directors for the Chino Hills Community Foundation since 2009 and served as the Chair in 2013. Cynthia launched one of the charity’s signature events, the Spring Home Tour, in 2010. She motivates dozens of volunteers and provides guidance and leadership for the annual fundraising event. Cynthia has also been active at St. Paul the Apostle Catholic church and served as co-chair of the annual Harvest Festival.
Education and Professional Experience
Cynthia graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from California State University, Fullerton. In 2014, she completed the Executive Education in Public Policy program at the USC Price School of Public Policy. She started a Chino Valley event-planning business in 1995 which thrived for 13 years. In 2004, she became a marketing and advertising consultant for various clients including Chick-fil-A and Harte-Hanks. In 2009, Cynthia founded “Cyn in the City,” which helps small businesses connect with women in the community. Her networking events provide exposure for small businesses and non-profit organizations in the Chino Valley and have attracted 4,000 women to date. She is also a substitute teacher for the Chino Valley Unified School District.
Cynthia moved to Chino Hills in 1995. She and her husband, David, were married in 2002. Together they have three children: Richard, Christine, and Melanie, all of whom attended Chino Valley Unified School District schools. Cynthia is a parishioner of St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church. She and her family love the unique quality of life that can be found in Chino Hills. They have two dogs, Cody and Lilly.