Cindy Roberts Bio, Director, Cache Business Resource Center
Cindy Roberts has been active in the community and business world since moving to the valley 36 years ago. She currently directs the Cache Business Resource Center (CBRC), counseling startup and emerging businesses, developing educational programming for business owners, providing networking opportunities for the valley’s businesses, is on the steering committee of the newly formed Utah’s Own Cache Valley branch, and works in collaboration with Bear River Association of Governments, Bridgerland Applied Technology College, Logan SDBC, and Cache Chamber of Commerce.
Prior to that, she was the Chief Operations Officer of the Cache Chamber of Commerce. In this position she served on the Executive Steering Committees for the Utah Bioneers, the USU Community Benchmark Summit, and the Cache Community Connections of which she is the Past Chair. She has initiated the Hispanic Business Council and co-initiated The No Child Left Inside Task Force. Other Boards on which she has served are the Air Quality Task Board, The English Language Center, the Daniel Lynch Scholarship Foundation, and the National Children’s Health Study.
Prior to her involvement with the Chamber, she co-owned and operated Greystone Gallery in Logan from 1983 – 2000. She has been involved with the art community since 1981, serving as the Gallery Director for the Alliance for the Varied Arts, serving on most of the Summerfest Committees since its inception, and with Logan City Pioneer Day. She has been on the Arts & Lectures Series at the Tabernacle for the past six years. Cindy continues to produce her own art work and has participated in five Gallery Walks over the past years as well as participating in the Cache Valley Gardeners Market.
Other community involvement includes leadership in church and also in the Job’s Daughters International.
Before moving to Wyoming, Cindy was a teacher of the Hearing Impaired in Wyoming.