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Meet Cynthia Pitts

Cynthia is an active volunteer in her community. She is currently the Chaplain at Chapel Hill Christian Academy in Clarksville. She also serves as Chaplain at the Tennessee State Veterans Home, as well as Tennova Medical Center. She serves alongside her husband, Joe Pitts, who is in his first term as Mayor for the City of Clarksville. She uses her platform as First Lady to promote, advocate and share opportunities for women of all cultures and walks of life. Cynthia founded Women of Clarksville, a regular forum for health, wellness, and education opportunities for the women of the community. A native of Clarksville, Tennessee, Cynthia surrendered to fulltime ministry in 2008 and since that time she has earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theology and completed the Christian Healing Certification Program through Global Awakening Ministries. Cynthia is a licensed and ordained Minister of the Gospel. The Walk of Love Ministry is also her vision and heart to stand and walk with others during the difficult seasons of life & reveal God’s love in prayer. She has an active inner healing prayer ministry to help people who are searching for spiritual answers for life’s questions and challenges. Cynthia is involved in many civic and community activities including the Advisory Board of the Sexual Assault Center affiliated with the Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Center and is a member of the Advisory Board for the Steven A. Cohen Veterans Network, Clarksville. She has served on the Board of Directors for the Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Center, Nashville, and served as chairman of the board from 2013-14. Recently, Cynthia joined with a group of women in business in the city to establish a new nonprofit organization, Bella’s Closet, an organization to assist women in the community who need clothing and other items for new careers and life. The volunteers for Bella’s Closet also serve as mentors for the women served by the organization. Cynthia and Joe are members of Faith Outreach Church, Clarksville. They believe politics and public service are their mission fields by showing the people the love of Christ where Christ isn’t always seen. We are called to love and live a different way. She is a mother, grandmother of twelve beautiful grandchildren, and a published author and accomplished speaker. Cynthia desires to serve God in every way, every day. She regularly speaks at conferences and is an author of “Red” in 2007.

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