The Care Net Team
Vice President of Center Services & Client Care
Cynthia Hopkins joined the Care Net team in 2006. She currently serves as Vice President of Center Services & Client Care. Cindy provides leadership to program staff and is dedicated to Care Net's vision of transformational client services. She uses innovation and creativity to develop and deliver meaningful resources, training, and education to Care Net’s network of pregnancy centers.
Cindy is committed to helping Care Net affiliates realize their mission of reaching and serving women at risk for abortion. She understands the pivotal role of the Gospel in this endeavor and in 2009 forged a partnership between Care Net and EvanTell — a prominent global evangelism organization — in order to provide effective evangelism training to Care Net pregnancy centers. In 2010, Cindy was chosen by EvanTell’s Board of Directors to be the recipient of the Matthew 4:19 National Award. Cindy is also an EvanTell Certified Instructor.
Cindy has been actively involved in the pregnancy center movement since 1990. She has served as a peer counselor, board member, abstinence leader, and as the Executive Director for the Pregnancy Care Center of Ogden, Utah. Before accepting a position with Care Net, Cindy served as the Director of Outreach for the Assist Pregnancy Center in Annandale, Virginia, where she also spent many hours each week counseling women considering abortion. While having served in varied positions in the pregnancy center movement, Cindy considers the opportunity to speak into a woman’s decision--with truth and love--to be her most treasured role.
Cindy earned her bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Weber State University in Ogden, Utah, and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Organizational Leadership from Regent University in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Originally from Southern California, she spent her high school years in England. Before relocating to Northern Virginia, Cindy and her husband, Paul, lived in Utah where they raised three children.Back to the Care Net Team
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