This is the third title that has been awarded to Ms. Gramberg by the American Renaissance National Pageant, a platform-based pageant that recognizes women for the examples they set for their families, in their communities, and in their career fields.
“It is refreshing to be judged on the qualities of character that distinguish who we are, not on inherited physical attributes that are out of our control,” said Gramberg.
Cynthia defines herself by “paying it forward,” she said, serving as a role model for other women and involving herself in a variety of volunteer projects. Cynthia is President of Business & Professional Women St.Petersburg/Pinellas. She is an active networker and her professional reach extends well beyond her own industry.
Ms. Gramberg offers the resources of JonBishop Salons to help women make the most of their natural attributes, and also supports the fund-raising efforts of such diverse groups as the Pinellas Association for Retarded Citizens, the animal rescue group Save Our Strays, Diabetes Research for Type1 Diabetes at the Faustman Lab at Mass General Hospital, Pace Center for Girls just to name a few.
As a title holder in the American Renaissance National Pageant, Gramberg is an ambassador carrying messages of integrity, compassion, perseverance, and personal empowerment to civic and business groups, youth- and adult-serving agencies, and other gatherings. She is available to participate in local, regional, and state events.
For more details, to schedule an appearance or to request photos please call 727-657-9422.