Sunday, October 4, 2015

Cynthia Gouw

Host and Executive Producer of SnapGlow.TV

Cynthia Gouw
Cynthia Gouw


She’s walked the catwalk in Paris, Los Angeles and New York and appeared in fashion magazines, in her 20’s, with Elite Model Management and again, (“miraculously”, she says) in her 40’s, with Wilhelmina Models. “As women, we should be proud of our age and experience. All those wrinkles took a lot of wisdom and laughter to create!”

She’s excited to be the Host and Executive Producer of SnapGlow.TV on “It’s the only place dedicated to celebrating the glamour of real Philadelphia women. We use real women as models and role models. We know SnapGlow.TV will be hub for local women. We’re working to create a place where they can check in, get advice and feel like they’re hanging out with a good girlfriend who scouts it all out and always has their back!”

Cynthia’s background is not only in fashion, but also the news and the entertainment industry.

She anchored and/or reported the news at the ABC, CBS, FOX and public television stations in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Dallas and Sacramento. Cynthia received a national reporting award and several regional ones including 3 Emmy Awards and 4 Society of Professional Journalism Awards. The Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters named one of her shows “Best TV Talk Show Series in the State.”

She co-starred as “Caithlin Dar” for the movie “Star Trek Five-The Final Frontier.” “Three long hours in the make-up chair each day. I felt my face was going to crack,” she laughs. She was also named the “$100K Spokesmodel Grand Champion” for the popularly syndicated show “Star Search” with Ed McMahon.

She has her B.A from UCLA and her J.D. from UCLA’s Graduate School of Law. She’s emceed hundreds of events including raising awareness around childrens' issues, HIV/AIDS, spousal abuse and racial and gender equality. She lives in Lower Montgomery County with her husband, her young daughter and two older stepchildren.

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