Whether undertaking a climb of Mount Rainier with an all-woman team or researching little-known aspects of the early years of America’s suffrage movement, Cindy Peyser Safronoff has devoted much of her life to exploring the nuances of women’s empowerment.
She graduated from the Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington, and completed the Genealogy and Family History certificate program at the University of Washington. Safronoff has applied all that she has learned through her studies to uncovering a deeper understanding of two iconic figures in the women’s rights movement.
Safronoff currently divides her time between the liberal, high-tech city of Seattle and the conservative suburbs of St. Louis – a division that she has found helped her understand differing viewpoints within American culture, such as the clashing views of Victoria Woodhull and Mary Baker Eddy.
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