Cynthia Good on Women Entrepreneurs Radio™

Cynthia Good
Editor, Co-Founder and CEO, Pink

During her last quarter-century in journalism, Good has worked ardently to make a difference in the lives of women and their families. Her latest contribution is PINK, which under Cynthia’s supervision has grown into a national phenomenon, inspiring businesswomen to achieve both a beautiful career and a beautiful life. The Little PINK Book offers daily editorial digitally to women nationwide.

Cynthia’s recent success as a magazine visionary comes from equal parts passion and practice. In recent years Cynthia has launched two magazines, PINK and Atlanta Woman - both winners of the Magazine Association of the Southeast’s highest award, the Grand GAMMA. PINK has won numerous top industry awards for its magazine and website, including gold Folio Ozzie Awards for best site design and best editorial.

Before becoming a publishing entrepreneur, Cynthia anchored and reported the evening news at TV stations across the country. She also created her own television show, Good for Parents, and syndicating TV news stories on issues confronting women and families. She has written six books in all, including Words Every Child Must Hear and was named Author of the Year by the Georgia Writers Association for her book Vaccinating Your Child.

A valuable member of her local community – and the community of women at large – Cynthia mentors young women in her company’s ongoing internship program. Over the past four years, PINK has raised $70,000 for Dress for Success and Girls Inc., and other nonprofits that support women and young girls, through annual PINK events.

Cynthia served on the board of directors of Childkind, which places homeless, medically fragile children into foster care and facilitates adoptions and on the board of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, the largest pediatric children’s hospital in the Southeast. As an active part of Atlanta’s business community, she founded Chapter 11 Bookstores and started Atlanta’s Horseradish Grill restaurant.

A self-described “famillionaire,” Cynthia lives in Atlanta with her husband, Joey Reiman, and their children, Alden and Julien.

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