Cynthia was born and raised in King George, Virginia, a small town outside of Washington D.C. She then moved south to Georgia to attend the University of Georgia in 2007, receiving two Bachelor of Arts degrees in Criminal Justice and Sociology. Cynthia graduated from the Pennsylvania State University, Dickinson School of Law in 2010. After graduation, Cynthia returned to Georgia where she began her career as a court-appointed attorney in Henry and Clayton Counties, representing hundreds of individuals charged with criminal offenses who could not afford legal representation. Cynthia then joined Thompson, Meier, & King in 2013, working, first, as an attorney representing the Department of Family and Children Services and then developing a practice area focused on probate law and estate administration. In her practice, Cynthia strives to apply a family-oriented, common sense approach to her cases to assist her clients with all of their legal matters.