Cynthia Armstrong has been leading the fight for animals in Oklahoma for the Humane Society of the United States since 2005. She has a long and successful track record of representing animal interests at the state capitol and has helped lead statewide ballot campaigns banning cockfighting in Oklahoma and defeating a Right to Farm measure that sought to provide constitutional protection to factory farms. Armstrong has participated in natural disaster deployments, assisting authorities with the emergency care of animals, and has worked with Oklahoma law enforcement agencies on numerous animal cruelty cases and training initiatives. Armstrong is a native Oklahoman and holds a BFA from the University of Oklahoma and an MBA in finance from Golden Gate University in San Francisco.
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