Lynnecia Eley works as both an administrator and a faculty member at Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies.
With over 16 years of administrative experience working in the K-12, higher education and private/non-profit industries she is a confident, dependable project management professional.
Lynnecia is an enthusiastic individual with a commitment to equity in education with a focus on data-driven results. She is currently a Program Director for Georgetown’s MPS Planning and Development programs which encompasses the Real Estate, Urban & Regional Planning, and Project Management degrees. Accountable for managing the day-to-day operations of the Masters in Real Estate program, appointed as the primary advisor of over 700 students and assists 60+ faculty members and advisors.
Originally from Miami, Florida, Lynnecia also provides coaching and mentoring to small business entrepreneurs, organizational leaders, and teens including project/program management, leadership training, branding and marketing. She holds a Bachelors in Business Management from University of Phoenix, both Franchise Management and Project Management professional certificates and an Executive Masters of Professional Studies in Program and Portfolio Management from Georgetown University. She currently lives in Charles County, MD with her husband and son.