Cynthia Mobley Howell is a dynamic keynote speaker, minister, best-selling author, lifestyle transformer, talk show host, and mental health advocate. As the Founder and CEO of HoWELL ARE YOU, Cynthia passionately embraces a holistic approach to health and wellness, empowering others to achieve optimal well-being.
Renowned for her captivating presence, Cynthia is a highly sought-after preacher and speaker who has made a significant impact on audiences worldwide. She has been recognized in Exposure Magazine and featured in Go Solo Magazine, showcasing her influential voice and candid approach. Cynthia has graced the stages of prestigious events like the Leadership Experience Tour, Total U International Health Summit, and The Black Mental Health Speaker Series, among others.
As a co-author of the best-selling book 'I'm Still Standing' and with an upcoming solo literary project, 'Crazy Didn't Get Me: Preparation for My Destiny,' Cynthia inspires and uplifts through her powerful storytelling.
With expertise in managing the SPIRIT, MIND, and BODY, Cynthia guides individuals on transformative journeys towards wholeness. Her plant-based lifestyle fuels her passion as a plant food enthusiast, promoting the benefits of plant-based nutrition for vibrant living.
Cynthia is a certified coach through Future Forces, Inc. She is an active member of NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) and holds a premium membership with the Black Speakers Network. Serving on the Board of Directors of MiddleGround with JLE, LLC, Cynthia dedicates herself to ending the stigma surrounding mental illness through her talk show, HoWELL ARE YOU - The Talk Show.
Driven by her empowering mantra, "I'm Not Keeping Quiet Anymore," Cynthia encourages individuals to embrace authenticity and speak up for their truth. Her unwavering commitment to holistic well-being, dedication to empowering others, and relentless pursuit of breaking barriers and stigma make her a force to be reckoned with, transforming lives one powerful message at a time.
Cynthia's vibrant spirit extends to her active role as an Associate Minister, leader in the First Friends Ministry, and member of the Praise team at New Jacob's Chapel Missionary Baptist Church in Central Florida.
MENTAL ILLNESS IS NO LAUGHING MATTER
“They laughed at my family and said we were all crazy.” Can you imagine living in a household where schizophrenic outbursts, manic rage, and violent behavior were frequently the order of the day? Crazy Didn’t Get Me: Preparation For My Destiny is a shocking and transparent story of the author, Cynthia Mobley Howell, surviving and growing up in a household with three severely mentally ill brothers.