Jameel A. Scott, the founding president of the Lucille Education Solutions Consulting, LLC, is a staunch advocate for high quality education for K-12 and collegiate level students.   Lucille Education Solutions Consulting, LLC (LESC) seeks to establish and improve educational activities at churches, in order to improve college readiness for students in middle and high school.

          Mr. Scott has worked at several colleges and universities, including Fairleigh Dickinson University, Kean University, University of Maryland, the Community College of the District of Columbia, and the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.  His positions ranged from admissions counselor, to adjunct professor, to the Assistant Director of the Educational Opportunity Fund Program.  Mr. Scott has also led several summer and after school programs, and worked with Leadership Education And Development (LEAD) and Upward Bound. 

          Mr. Scott has served as a contributor on more than 10 book chapters, and over 20 newspaper, journal, and magazine articles concerning student retention in high school and college.  He is a regular contributor to “The Chronicle,” the annual publication of the historic Alfred Street Baptist Church in Alexandria, Virginia.  He has taught at both the K-12 and college levels, and currently works part time for Alexandria Public Schools in Alexandria, Virginia. 

           Mr. Scott has worked with the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) and at the Pell Institute, where he researched trends affecting low-income and first-generation students.  While there, he also developed Black College Dollars, a scholarship guide for African-American Students. He has done consulting work at the Counsel of Opportunity in Education and chaired two Scholarship Galas designed to raise funds for African-American male students to attend and graduate from college.  Additionally, Mr. Scott serves as Application Co-Chair for First Book DC, a non-profit organization determined to increase literacy by providing books to impoverished communities, and is a board member of the Ira Dorsey Foundation, which provides scholarships for college bound students. 

          Mr. Scott holds a Bachelor of Arts in African American Studies with a focus on Religion from Morehouse College, a Master of Theological Studies from Drew University, and a Master of Science in Higher Education Policy from the University of Pennsylvania.  He earned an Advance Graduate Certificate in Education Economics from the University of Maryland, College Park and is currently working on post-graduate studies in Business Administration at Georgetown University.  He is a proud member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. and currently lives in Woodbridge, VA with his lovely wife Lakeisha M. Scott.

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