Our Founder 2018-02-14T14:45:42+00:00


Cyndee Woolley, APR

In 2009, Cyndee Woolley launched C2 Communications, a strategic marketing, public relations and community outreach firm that serves thought leaders, environmental stewards, and individuals who are a driving force of change in their community.

As a single-mother and successful entrepreneur, Woolley has taken an active role volunteering in her daughter’s school and dance programs. Working with her daughter and friends, Woolley has seen the positive and negative influences that girls are living with first-hand.

Middle school is a critical time where too many young women lose their momentum, setting them behind their peers throughout their educational career. Woolley saw this as an opportunity to create a stronger community and shape female leaders.

In 2017, she founded the League of Courageous Women with the mission of creating a pipeline of aspiring female leaders that will be a driving force of change as leaders in our community.

With nearly two decades in the marketing and public relations industry, Cyndee Woolley has worked with corporations and non-profits to raise awareness for important issues. She has also been a featured keynote speaker, leading training initiatives for local business organizations as well as the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) .

Woolley is also the volunteer Executive Director of the Farm City BBQ, a local non-profit event that attracts 3,000 representatives annually from Collier County’s business and agricultural communities. She is the author of Building Brand You, which has been incorporated into the MBA program at Hodges University and is available for purchase on Amazon.com.

Woolley is a member of:

  • Public Relations Society of America
  • Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce
  • Collier County League of Women Voters
  • Women’s Network of Collier County
  • Northside Naples Kiwanis
  • 40 Under 40 – Gulfshore Business 2012
  • Leadership Foundation Alumni – Leadership Collier Class of 2012
  • 40 Under 40 – Gulf Coast Business Review
  • Leadership Bonita Class of 2009