Cynthia Wells is a graduate of Haverford College with a bachelor’s in Political Science and a minor in Comparative Literature with an emphasis on Spanish. She was a recipient of the Ira Reid scholarship which provided 95% of all college’s expenses for the four years of her degree.
Cynthia has always had a passion for helping others. From teaching inner-city youth in Philadelphia, PA, job readiness skills to creating summer programs for at-risk youth in El Paso, Texas; she has spent her career in service to at-risk families.
As a recent employee of the 18th Judicial District working as an adult probation officer, Cynthia continued in her path of service by providing clients resources for treatment services, social services, and assisting in court ordered requirements. Prior to that, she assisted in opening a Residential Youth Care Facility for intellectually delayed and disabled youth in Denver through Continuum of Colorado. While at Aurora Fire Department, Cynthia taught fire safety and car seat safety to elementary schools, senior citizens, and the local community. Cynthia is fluent in Spanish and had worked with the bilingual community in Denver providing social services through the Department of Human Services as a case manager.
Cynthia enjoys spending her free time with her husband raising their two sons. This includes spending time at parks, watching movies, playing basketball, and mastering video games. As a family, they spend their weekends trying to train their 1 year old husky malamute mix, Willow, with very little success.