Cynthia L. Hogle
Born 1966. Television Development, Writing, and Production, (Several shows, including: Roseanne, Married… With Children) 1990-97; Special Assistant to the President, D.A.R.E. America, Worldwide (Drug Abuse Resistance Education), 1997-98; Presidential and Vice Presidential Advance, The White House, 1998; Special Assistant to the U.S. Chief of Protocol and Protocol Gift Officer, U.S. Department of State, 1998-2000; Harvard University MPA, 2000-2001; Manager of Individual Giving and Strategic Communications, Citizen Schools, 2001-2002; Conaculta (Council of Arts and Culture) and studied Spanish at National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico, 2002-2003; Director of External Affairs, Pacific Council on International Policy, 2004-2006; Principal, Foxhouse Communications (Integrated Marketing and Business Strategies, Consulting) 2006-2008.
Cynthia L. Hogle has domestic and international experience in public and media relations, development, marketing communications and strategic planning for start-up and growth non-governmental organizations, government, and business organizations.
Cynthia’s television credits include: Roseanne, Married… With Children, talk shows, and projects for MGM, Columbia-Tri-Star, and Fox Television. She has written on politics, media, and celebrity advocacy. Ms. Hogle has directed external affairs strategies and produced events for the White House, D.A.R.E. America, Worldwide; Citizen Schools, and the Pacific Council on International Policy. Appointed Special Assistant to the United States Chief of Protocol, and Protocol Gift Officer, she traveled as a member of the support staff on President Clinton’s official visit to India.
Cynthia was awarded a Fellowship at Conaculta (National Council for the Culture and Art of Mexico), where she directed a rural literacy campaign. She studied Spanish at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, received her B.A. from California State University, Northridge, and her MPA from Harvard University.