Meet the Founder
Cynthia Good, Speaker, CEO & Founding Editor, Little PINK Book
Good has grown Little PINK Book into a national phenomenon – inspiring businesswomen everywhere to achieve a beautiful career, a beautiful life and have courage to do what they love.
Little PINK Book’s daily e-note offers success secrets and tips, Top Women Profiles, Minute Mentor videos and more to ambitious women globally. The company’s robust event series, now in its seventh year, features America’s most influential women owners each spring and top women executives each fall who speak to sold-out crowds in venues across the country.
It all started when Good launched PINK in 2005 as a website, signature event series and national women’s business magazine, which she grew to a readership of 650,000.
Prior to Little PINK Book, Good launched two women’s business magazines, PINK and Atlanta Woman. Both received the Magazine Association of the Southeast’s highest award, the Grand GAMMA. PINK has won numerous top national industry awards for editorial and design.
Good also created the “Good For Parents” TV program and has written six books, including Vaccinating Your Child, for which she garnered the Georgia Author of the Year Award. Good began her career as a TV news reporter and anchor for stations across the country.
Passionate about giving back, Good has served on numerous nonprofit boards including Childkind, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and the Girl Scouts. PINK also has a nonprofit component to every event. To date, the company has raised more than $75,000 for charities supporting women and girls.
A self-described “famillionaire,” she lives in Atlanta with her husband, Joey Reiman, their children Alden and Julien, two miniature horses and a small flock of backyard, egg-laying chickens.