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Conference Speaker

Cynthia Blanchard

Cynthia Blanchard is part of a gold legacy family. Her husband, Anthem Blanchard, is a second generation gold legacy family member. His father, James U. Blanchard III, led the successful efforts to re-legalize gold in the U.S. after President Roosevelt issued an executive order in 1933 to confiscate all personal gold bullion in the U.S. Anthem’s father also founded the largest gold bullion company in the world at the time, James U. Blanchard and Company, and also founded the New Orleans Investment Conference. Cynthia and Anthem have carried out the family legacy by Co-Founding Anthem Vault, Inc., (a gold and silver savings platform), AnthemGold, Inc, (a gold-backed crypto asset token platform) and Hercules, SEZC (a blockchain based supply chain management protocol). Cynthia serves as President of all three companies, is a majority shareholder, and also serves as a member of the Board of Directors.

Cynthia previously owned and operated Harry Max Music Publishing Company in Nashville, TN. And Los Angeles, CA. She is also the author of the novel Humanville, which focuses on helping individuals overcome eating disorders. She helped start the Eating Disorders Coalition of Tennessee (EDCT), and has been a national public speaker on the subject. An accomplished singer, Cynthia has contributed background vocals on numerous country albums including those of Reba McIntyre and the late Mindy McCready. She has performed on the Grand Ole Opry, having also toured internationally in Europe and Asia. Cynthia holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Oklahoma State University and performed her Masters studies in Arts Administration. She fulfilled her graduate internship at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center in Tulsa, OK.