Cindy has been with Heritage Winnipeg for over 28 years, and was Manitoba Governor of the National Trust for Canada from 2006-2012. One of the most visible faces in the media pertaining to current heritage conservation issues and Heritage Winnipeg’s leadership role in the City of Winnipeg. To her credit are a number of outstanding achievements with projects such as the re-development of Upper Fort Garry Park, Millennium Centre preservation and redevelopment, Armstrong’s Point Book publication & involvement with creating a Heritage Conservation District, along with digital projects. Doors Open Winnipeg celebrated its 17th year in 2020, and this free community event continues to grow in popularity.
These events and projects have made a positive difference to many aspects of the community as a whole. On behalf of Heritage Winnipeg, she networks, partners and works directly with a variety of non-profit organizations, and stakeholders in the private and government sector, including the Provincial Heritage Agencies. These partnerships are critical to the protection, re-development & sustainable development of our built and cultural heritage. She continues to advocate, promote and raise awareness regarding all current heritage issues, showcasing the beneficial economic and social impacts.