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Cynthia Ganote

Dr. Cynthia Ganote is a consultant, coach, trainer, and professional speaker for organizations across the U.S. that want to create a culture of inclusion, belonging, connection, and clear communication. Cynthia has taught classes on intersectional race, class, and gender inequalities at the university level for the past 25 years, starting at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, then at Saint Mary’s College of California in the San Francisco Bay Area, and then at the University of Louisville, back in her hometown of Louisville, Kentucky. Over her career as a faculty member, Cynthia has won multiple campus-wide teaching awards. She's most humbled by receiving the 2022 Multicultural Teaching Award at the University of Louisville, which is given to a faculty member who creates inclusive spaces for students from all backgrounds.  


Cynthia adores live music, books, and film, and she attends as many music, book, and film festivals as she can possibly fit into her life. She loves to travel across the U.S. and internationally, as that allows her to connect with people from many different backgrounds and experience the local culture wherever she goes. Cynthia is a lifelong learner, a fan of creativity in many forms, and you will always find her with a journal and colored pens in her hand or in her bag. She's writing a lot these days for fun, and who knows: that might even turn into a book!

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