Mark Twain Regional Council of Governments Staff
A Message From Our Staff
The staff of the Mark Twain Regional Council of Governments has as their primary mission, to promote the member governments within our region. Through our various programs, support roles, advisory committee’s and funding programs, we strive daily to ensure the success of those we represent.
Look to the Mark Twain Regional Council of Governments for the support you need at the local or county level to ensure your success, compliance or to further your goals.
Cindy Hultz has more than ten years of experience at the Mark Twain Regional Council of Governments in the field of community and economic development, environmental planning, and managing regional programs. Since 2017, she has been the Executive Director where she promotes the utilization of various programs throughout an eight county region.
Prior to her work at the Mark Twain Regional Council of Governments, Cindy was the Rapid Response Coordinator at the Northeast Missouri Workforce Investment Board, an organization responsible for improving and enhancing the readiness of the area’s workforce. During this time, she provided services to dislocated workers and enhanced their skills to become reemployed.
Cindy holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration and a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Columbia College as well as an M.S. in Information Systems from Northwest Missouri State University.
Community Planner | Transportation planner
Samantha is a Community Planner/Transportation Planner for the Mark Twain Regional Council of Governments. Samantha started her career with the organization in January 2017. Samantha is a liaison for the counties of Ralls and Pike and the communities that lie therein. Samantha is active in many organizations in the community including the Northeast Coalition for Roadway Safety, A Better 54 Coalition, the Perry Chamber of Commerce, and the Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce. Samantha knows the importance of one’s community and therefore works daily to secure funding, provide valuable resources, and administer projects within the region. It is her goal to leave a lasting impression on each of the communities and individuals she works with.
Prior to her work with the Council of Governments, Samantha was Service Worker with the Missouri Department of Social Services, Children’s Division. Samantha holds a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Psychology from Hannibal LaGrange University.
FISCAL OFFICER | Community planner
Devyn Campbell is the Fiscal Officer and a Community Planner for the Mark Twain Regional Council of Governments. She joined the team in October of 2017. Devyn is the liaison for the counties of Audrain and Monroe, and the communities that lie within.
As the organization’s Fiscal Officer, Devyn provides daily oversight of the projects and programs administered by the Mark Twain Regional Council of Governments and the reconciliation of their budgets. Devyn understands the importance of ensuring funds are spent according to fiscal policies and strives to keep controls and safeguards in place within the organization. Devyn also provides administrative services to the Mark Twain Lake Chamber of Commerce which focuses on businesses and organizations coming together to advocate on behalf of the Mark Twain Lake area. Devyn works closely with communities, organizations, businesses, and schools to identify projects and resources available to help increase quality of life throughout the region.
Devyn holds a Bachelors of Science in Hospitality Management with a minor in Business from the University of Missouri – Columbia.
Community planner | sOLID WASTE PLANNER
Ethan is a Community Planner, and Mark Twain Solid Waste Management District Planner. Ethan began his career at Mark Twain Regional Council of Governments in July of 2019. Ethan, as well as working with the Solid Waste Management District, is the Liaison for Marion and Shelby Counties and the communities within. Ethan understands the strength of a great working relationship, and this why he works daily to build and grow his relationship with the communities he works with. It is Ethan’s goal is to educate and update the entire region on anything to do with recycling, as well work closely with his communities to assist them in any way possible. Before working for the Council of Governments Ethan worked for the United States Army Corps of Engineers. While in college Ethan played baseball for 2 years as well as basketball for 2 years. Ethan graduated from Hannibal Lagrange University in December of 2018 with a Business Administration Degree with emphasis in Marketing.