10 Mar Women In Towne Spotlight-Cynthia Sandoval
In celebration of National Women’s History Month, and in the spirit of honoring the achievements of accomplished women in our communities, in March we will spotlight Women in Towne.
Today we introduce you to Cynthia Sandoval, Vice President and Associate General Counsel.
Cynthia joined Towne Park in August 2016 and has had a long career in law, including private practice and most recently as a partner with Jackson
Lewis, P.C., one of the nation’s preeminent labor and employment law firms. In private practice, Cynthia represented clients in both federal and state courts and before various government agencies. Cynthia also counseled clients through challenging situations and provided preventive training to minimize exposure and risk. Cynthia is a native Californian and has lived in both southern and northern California. She is partial to the “City by the Bay,” where she lived for more than 15 years with her husband, Seth, and where her two boys were born. Cynthia has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of California, Los Angeles and a Juris Doctor from Golden Gate University School of Law where she was a Merit Scholar.
Cynthia was in the pioneer class of the Orange County High School of the Arts, where she studied musical theatre. Her first job was at Disneyland where she was a variety of characters, including Mickey Mouse. Cynthia is an avid camper and has been to many national and state parks in the U.S. including Yosemite, Sequoia, Zion and the Grand Canyon. Cynthia is also an avid music lover and enjoys live concerts.
“Cynthia is a tremendous leader, an elite attorney, volume contributor/producer and sophisticated communicator, yet eminently approachable and personable. She’s been a terrific addition to Towne Park,” commented Towne Park’s Chief Strategist, Blair Johnson.
We are proud to have this Woman in Towne Leading, Serving and Growing and Protecting at Towne Park.
Women in Towne® is a community of men and women at Towne Park who work together to create programming and other initiatives designed to recruit, hire, retain, and advance women at Towne Park. This community is rooted in the belief that associates of diverse backgrounds improve our ability to anticipate and meet the needs of our clients, our associates and our communities.