Cindy Argentine is an author and freelance journalist who loves to discover interesting people and fascinating stories and share them with her readers. She has written for children and teens about topics such as bionic limbs, measuring oil spills, the addictive quality of cell phones, and a close-up view of snowflakes. For the local media, she has covered developments in education, philanthropy, gardening, nutrition, and music.
Her work has appeared in national magazines including Odyssey: Adventures in Science (Cobblestone Publishing), ChemMatters (American Chemical Society), and Clubhouse, Jr. (Focus on the Family). She is a frequent contributor to the Zionsville Monthly. Her Vermont Act 250 Handbook, written to explain the state’s controversial land-use law, was praised as “excellent,” “thorough and professional,” and “eminently readable.”
Cindy has previously worked as an environmental and regulatory affairs consultant in Vermont, Connecticut, and Indiana. She is actively involved in her church, school system, and the local music community. She lives with her husband and children in Zionsville, Indiana.
M.S.L., Vermont Law School, environmental law
B.A., College of William and Mary, English and environmental science
Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI)
Indianapolis Piano Teachers Association (IPTA)