Cindy Costa

Director of Development, Baxter Regional Hospital Foundation

FAVORITE RESTAURANT: Whispering Woods

FAVORITE MOVIE: The Proposal

“IF IT DOESN’T CHALLENGE YOU, IT WON’T CHANGE YOU.”
— FRED DEVITO

Cindy Costa just surpassed the 20-year milestone at the Baxter Regional Hospital Foundation and is one of only 23 women in health care in the state to earn a CFRE (Certified Fundraising Executive.) Outside of her full-time gig, Costa serves as president of the Mountain Home Lions Club, vice president of Women Investing Now and recently became a member of the Women Leaders Association’s Arkansas Chapter.

Cindy Costa

Director of Development, Baxter Regional Hospital Foundation

FAVORITE RESTAURANT: Whispering Woods

FAVORITE MOVIE: The Proposal

“IF IT DOESN’T CHALLENGE YOU, IT WON’T CHANGE YOU.”
— FRED DEVITO

Cindy Costa just surpassed the 20-year milestone at the Baxter Regional Hospital Foundation and is one of only 23 women in health care in the state to earn a CFRE (Certified Fundraising Executive.) Outside of her full-time gig, Costa serves as president of the Mountain Home Lions Club, vice president of Women Investing Now and recently became a member of the Women Leaders Association’s Arkansas Chapter.

PROUDEST ACCOMPLISHMENT:

My family — a long, loving marriage, a son and daughter that I could not be more proud of and three of the most precious grandchildren ever, and friends that are like family. I am truly blessed.

FAVORITE PART OF YOUR JOB:

Making a difference in the lives of others and working with incredible and gifted people.

REMEMBER ME FOR:

I recently read a book given to me by a co-worker — What I Learned From a 3rd Grade Dropout. The lessons were: Be kind, have a servant’s heart, have common sense, live a life of excellence and keep standing — never quit. I hope to achieve all of these and would be remembered for them.

MOST ADMIRABLE QUALITY IN WOMEN:

I love to see women lifting up other women, encouraging them to reach for their goals and giving them a helping hand when needed.

TALENT YOU WISH YOU HAD:

Being an artist. My mom was an amazing artist, and I always admired her talent. Although the talent skipped me, it, fortunately, went to my children.

PROUDEST ACCOMPLISHMENT:

My family — a long, loving marriage, a son and daughter that I could not be more proud of and three of the most precious grandchildren ever, and friends that are like family. I am truly blessed.

FAVORITE PART OF YOUR JOB:

Making a difference in the lives of others and working with incredible and gifted people.

REMEMBER ME FOR:

I recently read a book given to me by a co-worker — What I Learned From a 3rd Grade Dropout. The lessons were: Be kind, have a servant’s heart, have common sense, live a life of excellence and keep standing — never quit. I hope to achieve all of these and would be remembered for them.

MOST ADMIRABLE QUALITY IN WOMEN:

I love to see women lifting up other women, encouraging them to reach for their goals and giving them a helping hand when needed.

TALENT YOU WISH YOU HAD:

Being an artist. My mom was an amazing artist, and I always admired her talent. Although the talent skipped me, it, fortunately, went to my children.

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