Cynthia Perini is Senior Vice President of Hendershot Financial Group and Registered Principal of Lincoln Investment. With over 3 decades in the financial services industry, Cynthia has the experience needed to help her clients achieve their goals and dreams.
Cynthia graduated from North Hagerstown High School, got her Bachelor’s Degree from James Madison University and received her MBA from Hood College. She began her financial services career while in college and is motivated by her innate ability to help others discover their true potential and advise them in achieving their goals for the future. In addition to earning a Masters in Business Administration, she also holds the CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ Professional and AIF® designations.
Cynthia is passionate about working with people and helping them find their ‘why’. She feels that the most critical component of what she does is client education. There is a great need for financial guidance in the world; she loves the process of working with clients through their life stages as she learns about their stories and diverse backgrounds. Her compassionate spirit helps her build strong interpersonal relationships with her clients and their families.
Before joining Hendershot Financial Group, she gained experience at The Copeland Companies, Home Federal Savings Bank/Farmers and Mechanics Bank, INVEST, Raymond James, and Sovereign Bank/Santander. Cynthia serves as a comprehensive planner, teacher, and trusted advisor to her clients.
Cynthia has spent the majority of her life in the Washington County, MD community in Maryland, where she currently lives with her husband, Peter. They have three grown children that reside in the greater metropolitan area. She enjoys serving her community and is passionate about her family.
She has been involved in the Barbara Ingram School for the Arts Foundation, the Hospice of Washington County Development Committee, the Women’s Giving Circle of Washington County, the Community Foundation of Washington County, MD and the Medsource Board of Directors (providing developmentally disabled adult homes and services). She has also been named to the Circle of Excellence for Maryland’s Top 100 Women, a program of the Maryland Daily Record.