Cindy believes students should be at the heart of every decision made by parents, teachers, and policymakers. Growing up, she attended Jordan District schools, then earned a BA from Brigham Young University, and a Masters of Education Leadership and Policy from the University of Utah. She is a licensed English/reading teacher and school administrator.
She was voted by her peers as the 1997 Teacher of the Year at Oak Canyon Jr. High, the 2006 Instructional Leader of the Year as a principal in Alpine District, and the 2020 Faculty Excellence Awardee as a Clinical Adjunct Professor at Utah Valley University.
Her public service has included vice chair of the USBE board, vice chair of the Law and Licensing Committee and Audit Committee. She currently serves as vice chair of the Finance Committee. She also serves in her local PTA and District Community Council, on the International Area Studies Kennedy Center Advisory Board at BYU, and was the Inaugural Chair of the Department of Ed Advisory Board at UVU.
Her faith and family are her driving forces. As a young mom, she attended an International United Nations convening as an ambassador for families worldwide. She currently serves as vice chair of her local precinct because she believes that politics not only influences education, but also every aspect of communities and the economy for Utah families.
She values transparency and aspires to be wise and live with an open heart.
Cindy Bishop Davis
Phone: (801) 319-4117 | firstname.lastname@example.org