Cynthia Good, Speaker, CEO & Founding Editor, Little PINK Book
Entrepreneur, women’s activist, journalist, author and creator of LittlePinkBook.com, is a recent International Merit Award winner of Atlanta Review’s 2016 International Poetry Competition. Little PINK Book is a digital and events resource for women leaders and those aspiring to live a rich and full life, and has won numerous national awards for design and editorial.
Prior to the digital property, Cynthia launched two women’s business magazines; Atlanta Woman (2001) and then the nationally distributed PINK magazine (2004), both featuring women leaders and their career success secrets. Both publications received top industry awards for editorial and design including Best of Show from the Southeastern Magazine Association and top Stevie and Ozzie awards for editorial and design.
Cynthia is a public speaker, inspiring women at companies including Coca-Cola, Chrysler, General Mills, Georgia Pacific, KPMG and IBM to have the courage to do what they love.
Cynthia became a household name while reporting and anchoring evening newscasts for Fox 5. She’s interviewed prisoners on death-row, reported live from the Democratic National Convention and covered stories in Nicaragua and Cuba, as well as Atlanta.
She authored several books including Vaccinating Your Child, which won the Georgia Author of the Year award, as well as Words Every Child Must Hear. And, she created the Good for Parents TV series, helped start Chapter 11 Bookstores and was a co-founder of Atlanta’s Horseradish Grill.
Also a dancer, yoga teacher and mother of two remarkable sons, Cynthia, a graduate of UCLA, received her Masters of Fine Arts degree from NYU in poetry, class of 2019. She lives in Atlanta with her havanese dog named Zuni.