Cynthia Kramer has lived in
Creve Coeur for 19 years. Prior to being elected as a Ward I Council Member in April
2013, she served on the Planning & Zoning Commission for three years.
Kramer holds an Associates Degree in Fine Arts from Fashion Institute of Design
& Merchandising. She is the Founder and Executive Director of SCOPE -
Science and Citizens Organized for Purpose and Exploration, which connects
community to Science, Technology, Engineering and Math from Education to
Kramer is a Core Member of the Coalition on the Public Understanding of
Science, Co-Chairs Communication for the Anti-Defamation League and Board
Member of Women's Society of Washington University, along with Marketing
Chair of the Whitney Harris World Ecology Center, Executive Board Member
of SySTEMic a Science Education project.
Kramer has two sons, 23-year-old Mitchell and 18-year-old Samuel.