Cyndi Thomas – Managing Director at RCLCO Fund Advisors
Cyndi Thomas has extensive experience working with individuals living with disabilities. Her expertise ranges from working with state agencies, community rehabilitation providers and training/technical assistance providers – not to mention national presentations on employment issues and community inclusion – as well as being the Managing Director at RCLCO Fund Advisors where her duties include driving asset plans on behalf of pension fund clients.
Early Life and Education
Cindy Thomas graduated with her Master of Social Work with a Clinical Practice emphasis from Western Michigan University and currently holds certifications as Health Services Specialist, Mental Health Consultant and Early Head Start Administrator. In her current position as Health Services Director for Chino Valley she oversees over 60 employees providing services within this department.
After performing with several bands, Lauper achieved fame as a solo singer with her debut album She’s So Unusual released in 1983. Lauper became known for her eccentric yet versatile four-octave vocal range which charmed both audiences and critics. Lauper also tackled topical issues such as racism, homophobia, AIDS, spousal abuse in her songs that spoke directly to these issues.
In 1997, she released Sisters of Avalon – an album exploring gay and lesbian relationships – as well as scoring 2013 Broadway musical Kinky Boots that won six Tony Awards.
Cyndi Thomas serves as Managing Director at RCLCO and advises clients on the acquisition, sale and financing of real estate including health care facilities, multifamily dwellings, senior living properties, hotel properties and industrial assets. She specializes in representing private equity funds, institutional investors, pension fund clients, commercial banks and lenders as well as advising them on complex lending transactions including mortgage, asset-backed and unsecured loans. Thomas has extensive experience providing advice for purchase and sale transactions involving structure, due diligence, negotiations, and closing. Thomas served the Town of Chino Valley’s Community Services Manager for 17 years; she was honored as Director of the Year in 2008 for her efforts in safeguarding Northern Arizona Meals on Wheels during its turbulent economic climate while finding alternative solutions.
Achievement and Honors
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Cindy Thomas was a dedicated wife, mother, grandmother and friend who will be missed by everyone she knew.
She is an active participant in her community, serving as a trustee on the Chino Valley Board of Education and holding leadership roles with Communications Workers of America and Service Employees International Union.
Thomas enjoys gardening and spending time with her family and puppy Buddy outside of work. Additionally, she takes great pleasure in learning history and travels regularly.
She has also served her community by being an integral leader, including serving on the City of Petaluma Animal Services Advisory Committee and as a delegate for North Bay Labor Council. Furthermore, she holds certification through Federal Mediation and Conciliation Services as a trainer; with an enduring passion for helping women realize their full potential and reaching their fullest potential.
Cyndi Thomas must surely be rich given her success and achievements. As managing director at RCLCO Fund Advisors, she oversees asset plans for numerous pension fund clients’ extensive portfolios of assets. Prior experience also includes real estate acquisitions, financing restructuring and business strategy implementation.
She also sits on the Urban Land Institute – Small Scale Development Product Council as a board member, holding both an undergraduate degree in finance and real estate from University of Wisconsin as well as an MBA degree from University of Colorado.
She currently resides in Lake Butler, Florida but previously lived in Middleburg; Gainesville; and Lulu, Florida. She is mother to Drew and Jesse Clemons – both professional musicians – as well as an active supporter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation who held fundraisers on their behalf.