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Cynthia Cash


Cynthia Cash is a graduate of Kirby High School, and went on to receive a Bachelors Degree in Communication with a focus in Broadcasting from the University of Memphis. She continued on to get a Master’s in Organizational Management from the University of Phoenix. Her career began with a career at WPTY 24 in the Traffic Division, but after a short stint in corporate finance world, Cynthia decided to go into business for herself.

Motivated by a desire to help improve the economic power in the community, Ms. Cash opened her business in 1999. After seeing first hand, the long-term consequences of being uneducated, uninformed, and making poor financial choices she put her heart and soul into Credit Consulting Services. Her early experience with Credit Consulting Services spawned a passion to help others in various ways to enhance their lives. Cynthia has built several business relationships with other’s, such as the well known bankruptcy Attorney Herbert Hurst. Outside of her business, Cynthia takes time to teach part-time at Southwest Community College. In May of 2018, Cynthia received the adjunct of the semester award in the Language and Literature department.

Cynthia is proud active member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated where she has served as Cluster Co-Chairman of Registration ( Gamma Alpha Omega), Regional Conference Committee, current Chairman of Building Economic Legacy Committee (Gamma Alpha Omega), and the recipient of the 2022 Juanita Doty-Sims Entrepreneur award of the year for the Southeastern Region of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated.

"Chief Clarence L Cash Jr is my father and losing him has left an empty space in my life. My father was the first African American Chief for the Shelby County Fire Department and it is my duty to continue his legacy by honoring, inspiring, and recognizing newly graduates of the Shelby County Fire Department, promoting fire safety for our community, standing in the gap with families that are harmed by fires, as well as being there for fallen firefighter’s family. Chief Cash’s Legacy will live on."

Cynthia Cash
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