Sen. Cynthia Stone Creem -062

Senate Majority leader Cynthia Stone Creem has spent over 30 years in public service.  The daughter of two attorneys, she grew up in Brookline, Massachusetts deciding early on that she wanted to follow in her parent’s footsteps.  The road to the seat she now occupies has been long and in this very candid interview, Cindy Creem recalls knocking on doors to raise money for her first campaign and being asked the question:  “are you tough enough?”  Well, the answer is YES. The Story Behind Her Success producer Dan Thibeault and I interviewed the state senator in her office, just steps from the Senate chambers in the iconic gold-domed Massachusetts statehouse. And as we went through security and down the marble hallways, past murals of the American Revolution and sculptures of some of the state’s earliest leaders, I couldn’t help but wonder what this nation’s all-male founders would think of a female majority leader.  She is strong, she is passionate, and she is on a mission to make a difference for the next generation of women. @senatorcindycreem   #storybehindhersuccess    #16LifeLessons    #mydoveproductions 

4 thoughts on “Sen. Cynthia Stone Creem -062

  1. Great interview. Thank you for sharing such a compelling story about a remarkable woman who has given so much to public service. And, I can attest that she is a wonderful mother as well!

  2. Thank you for sharing that impressive interview with State Senator Cynthia Stone Creem. She is indeed a remarkable woman who has contributed so much in her thirty years of service to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Her many accomplishments in her legislative career have done so much to improve the lives of our citizens. We are very fortunate to have her working on behalf of all of us!

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