Cindy Cornette Represents Mrs. North America In Mrs. Globe Classic

Chattanooga Resident Wins 2 Awards

Friday, June 23, 2017

Cindy Cornette, a Chattanooga resident and former Mrs. Tennessee United States 2008, is representing Mrs. North America in the Mrs. Globe Classic this week in Las Vegas, Nev. and last night won the Dr. Tracy Award, named for the founder of the Mrs. Globe system, and along with her husband Earl Cornette, won The Couple of the Year Award.  The Mrs. Globe Classic ceremony will take place Saturday. 

About Cindy Cornette:

Mrs. Cornette was crowned Mrs. Tennessee United States 2008 where she went on to place in the top 10 nationally at the Mrs. United States Pageant.  She was also Mrs. Tennessee Globe Classic 2015, where she placed 1st runner-up in Mrs. USA Globe Classic 2015.

The Mrs. Globe Classic Web site defines, “Magic: (n) The internal female energy that creates shift and change.” That has certainly been true for Mrs. Cornette in her life and career as she has been a leader in the financial services industry throughout her over 20-year career. Mr. Cornette forged a successful path in a male-dominated industry where she helps people realize their dreams. During her career as a Wealth Management Advisor, she has achieved awards such as the Million Dollar Roundtable, representing the top 1 percent of insurance agents in the world, and the Premier Advisor award at Wells Fargo Advisors Financial Network, LLC, which is based on not just production, but continuing education and professionalism. In addition, during her career as a recording artist, she has performed at places such as the Grand Ole Opry and Disney World. She graduated from Samford and has completed a Leadership program at Wharton through the Aresty Instititue of Executive Education. Her work with non-profit organizations such as March of Dimes, Girls Inc., Heart Association, and Erlanger Children’s Foundation has been an important part of her journey. 

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