Cindy Wynn is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Missouri. She teaches in the graduate counselor education program at Lindenwood University and has facilitated Level I NAPPP Training in the St. Charles (MO) area.
She retired from the City of St. Charles School District in 2003 after 32 years as a teacher, middle and high school counselor and the district-wide Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities Grant Coordinator. Cindy has been involved in peer helping since the first National Association of Peer Program Professionals (NAPPP) Conference was held in St. Charles, MO in 1987. She developed the first peer helping program at the middle school level in her district and co-taught the class until she moved to the high school where she helped with the high school program. As the Drug Free Grant coordinator, she oversaw the development of the district wide peer helping program.
Cindy was a board member for NAPPP for eight years serving as Secretary. She was also President of Missouri Peer Helpers Association (MPHA), co-editor of the MPHA newsletter and currently serves on the NAPPP Professional Development Committee. She teaches a class on establishing a peer helping program at Lindenwood.