Cynthia Johnson-Smitherman is a devoted mother who is focused, successful, and inspiring. Certified by the American Lung Association and the State of Arizona, she has taught CEOs of major corporations, faith-based communities, and the general public on the hazards of tobacco use. She uncovers the truth about vaping, e-cigarettes, and other so-called safe tobacco use. Her book exposes how big tobacco companies put profits over lives and how they target the youth, minorities, and the poor with a product that is known to cause cancer. Cynthia and her husband, William Smitherman, a retired government executive, live in Chandler, Arizona.