She was the first to interview Oprah Winfrey after it was announced the Oprah Winfrey Show was ending. Cynné has also done exclusive interviews with Michelle Obama at the White House, Diane Sawyer, Maya Angelou, Muhammad Ali and countless others.
In 2011, Cynné co-hosted ABC 7's primetime Oscars Red Carpet Special and a Tribute to Oprah Winfrey. She has also contributed reports to "Live with Regis and Kelly," "Extra!," and “The Donnie Simpson Radio Show.”
Prior to joining the team at WJLA, Cynne was an evening anchor at WGCL in Atlanta. She also worked at KCTV in Kansas City and WNDU in South Bend, Indiana. Cynné got her start in television working behind the scenes at ABC News Nightline where Ted Koppel personally selected her for a fellowship.
Cynné speaks Spanish fluently after studying abroad in Spain and Costa Rica. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Howard University in Washington DC and in 2011, was honored by the University for her commitment to giving back.
The US State Department sent Cynné to Barbados in 2009 to help facilitate better relations between Caribbean journalists and the United States. Cynne is a spokesperson for ABC 7’s “Drive to Stay Alive” campaign.
Cynné’s community and professional achievements earned her the top spot on Ebony magazine’s list of Leaders for the Future. She was also presented a Congressional Award for Community Service.
When Cynné isn't working, she's usually traveling to remote parts of the world. She loves adventure sports and is constantly looking for places to hang glide, rock climb, swim with sharks or try something new.