Minister Cynthia Cox
Honorable Cynthia Cox entered the political world in 2006 as the 79th Assembly District [AD] Female State Committee Member;
In 2008 Cynthia Cox was elected as the 79th Assembly District Female District Leader and has held her position as such for the past 10 years.
Minister Cynthia serves as DC37 union member and Delegate, Vice-President Pension Social Security, life member of the National Council of Negro Women (NCNW), a life member of the NAACP and active NAACP Bronx Branch member, a chairperson of the Neighborhood Advisory Board, and a board member of a number of charities and business groups.
As an and active NAACP Bronx Branch member and New York State Chaplin, Minister Cynthia focuses on advocating for families within the 79th District, on issues of social services and economic needs. Her goal is to implement self-efficiency.
In addition to her advocacy positions, Minister Cynthia presently attends Caldwell Temple A.M.E. Zion Church in the Bronx, sings in the Gospel Choir, a member of the Missionary Society, and a member of the Steward Board where Rev Denise Davenport is the Senior Pastor. She also holds a certificate in Christian Ministry from New York Theological Seminary, and Certified in the Anthony Robbins Wealth Mastery program and is presently in training for Leadership with the John Maxwell Organization.
Minister Cynthia is the floor captain at Concourse Village, as well as an entrepreneur and a graduate of the New York Police Department’s Citizens Police.
Honorable. Cox is known for her qualities of determination, perseverance, resiliency and her work on her entrepreneurship program.
I met Cynthia Cox in 2010 while she worked as NAACP and Community Advisory. My husband, at the time, lived around the corner from her 79th District Community Room. I was very impressed with her sincere love for the neighborhood and it’s people. My husband and I now live in same complex as Ms. Cox and hope to be of service to her in anyway possible to assist her in her journey.