After retiring from a career in the newspaper industry (San Diego, El Dorado (AR), and Little Rock) and one in the education sector (Everglades City (FL) and Loganville (GA) where she was an English teacher and an assistant principal, Dr. Cindy Nobles retired to Jonesboro, AR to be with her oldest two children and all of her grandchildren. She has three children (one in San Francisco), four grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. But retirement didn’t last long. WolfLife came knocking in August of 2021 and she was lured back to work as the WolfLife Office Administrator. She not only takes care of the day-to-day operations of the ministry but also develops connections with students and works closely with international students to meet their needs. “What a gift God has given me by allowing me to serve this ministry and these students!”, she says. In what spare time she has, Cindy enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, gardening, reading, exercising, and decorating. While A-State sports are important to her, it’s GO DAWGS all the way! Along with the Falcons, Chargers, Braves, and Padres!