Cynthia Chase’s professional background has been primarily in the field of education. For 17 years she worked with faculty, students, and parents to provide education and support in the area of learning differences at the Edmund Burke School in Washington, DC. Prior to that she was the Education Director for a national trade association, and a classroom teacher of children with learning and emotional problems. Cynthia has an M.Ed. from the University of Virginia, and an MBA from the George Washington University.
Cynthia is the owner of Washington Occupational Health Associates, Inc., an occupational health clinic providing medical services. They have a network of 3,500 clinics across the country that they subcontract work to for national and local clients. She and her son manage this business which was started by her husband in 1980.
Cynthia is an active volunteer in her neighborhood and schools, having served on the Board of the Studio Theater and as Vice President of the local chapter of the International Dyslexia Association. She currently teaches ESL at the Washington English Center. She was married 40 years ago at the WNDC.