Cindy Hensley McCain
Cindy McCain "is chair of her family's business, Hensley and Company, and wife of Senator John McCain. An advocate for children's health care needs, she founded the American Voluntary Medical Team in 1988, and led many medical missions to developing and war-torn countries during the Team's seven-year existence. In 2000, Cindy was an instrumental in her husband's notable run for President of the United States. That year, she was chosen to represent the State of Arizona at the Republican National Convention as the Chairwoman of the Arizona Delegation. She serves on the Board of Operation Smile and the Halo Trust, as well as several local organizations. Her Masters in Special Education is from the University of Southern California. Cindy joined the CARE board of directors and the marketing and development committee in 2005.“ 
- Director, CARE USA
- ”Biography”, Accessed January 2007.
- Stanton Peele, "McCain's Double Standard: Hawk In The Drug War, Yet His Wife Got No Penalty", Los Angeles Times, February 14, 2000.