Cindy Moser has joined the Board of Directors at the Trackside Teen Center.
A resident of Wilton since 2003, Cindy has more than 20 years of experience leading positive change, growth and innovation in research and development teams with multiple consumer products companies in Connecticut, most recently at Henkel in Stamford and Trumbull. She holds a BS in chemical engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and is currently pursuing an MBA in entrepreneurship and innovation from Drexel University.
Moser is a member of Wilton CERT, serving as the social media coordinator and information officer. She also volunteers for disaster response efforts across the country and internationally with All Hands Volunteers. She also enjoys golfing, biking the backroads and playing softball.
“As the stepmother of four ranging from 11 to 21 years old, I have a first-hand appreciation for the importance of having a safe place for teens and pre-teens to spend time with their friends and to have the opportunity to explore and pursue interests beyond school-based activities,” Moser said in a statement.
“Cindy will bring a unique perspective and a desire to work with our teens, we are lucky to have her,” said Mark Ketley, Trackside executive director.