Cynthia E. Nevels has helped organizations overcome insurmountable management, marketing, technology and operational obstacles. For 15 years, Cynthia has served as Senior Partner with Integrality, LLC, a business management and marketing consulting firm, serving clients in major markets around the globe. She is the Founder of Think.Crowd.Fund.com and creator of SafeCrowd©, a new equity crowdfunding transparency and validation web application.
For over 15 years, Cynthia, also known as “The Go-To-Lady”, has become an integral part of helping her clients meet their goals. Clients such as Capital One Bank, Palo Alto Software, J2 Global Communications, Dallas County Community College District, Denton Country Transportation Authority, PeopleFund, Wells Fargo, Capital One Bank, Marcus Graham Project, Inc., Tarrant County College and Stella McCartney Enterprises.
Nevels recently joined the United Way of Metropolitan Dallas’ team of Social Enterprise mentors for the heralded GroundFloor initiative. She currently serves on the board of the Marcus Graham Project, Inc. In 2012, she was appointed to serve on Chicago’s Task Force for Social Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Enterprise. During her career in Silicon Valley, she served as Global Program Manager for the leader in Customer Relationship Management, Siebel Systems, Inc. (now Oracle). As well as, recruited software engineers for e-business consulting firm Proxicom in San Francisco and Keane Consulting of Boston, MA. Nevels previously served as Vice Chairman of the Texas Jump $tart Coalition, a statewide financial literacy clearinghouse and a member of the National Jump$tart Coalition. In 2004, Nevels was appointed by Consumer Federation of America of Washington, D.C. to serve as State Director for the Texas Saves, a social marketing and asset building campaign supported by Governor Rick Perry, Consumer Federation of America, the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, and the FDIC.
She is the founder of Soulgood, a vegan and vegetarian fast food company out of Dallas, Texas. She has been featured in CEO Mom Magazine, Fortune Magazine, Dallas Morning News, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Black Enterprise Magazine, Fort Worth Business Press, and Fast Company Magazine. Cynthia earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Texas Woman’s University. She is the author Financial Bailout, The Fundamental Financial Guide, No Bad Apples: Steps for Creating a Safe Crowd, and creator of Personal Finance Flash Cards available on Amazon.com.