Bio in Brief

Chanceé Lundy is an environmental enthusiast, who believes that all people have a basic right to live in cleaner healthier communities. Having received her Bachelors degree in Environmental Science at Alabama A&M University and Masters in Civil Engineering from Florida State University, she credits her passion for the subject to her participation with social justice organizations as a teenager, particularly those around environmental justice. She encourages personal responsibility and accountability for preventing and reducing environmental inequities and access to better choices. Her technical capabilities match her experience in working with marginalized communities on social justice issues. Her combination of technical proficiency with community outreach experience allows her to bridge the gap between communities and industry. It is this understanding and belief that fuels her passion and dedication to the mission of the company she co-owns, Nspiregreen LLC. Nspiregreen is a sustainability-consulting firm that exists to transform and empower every community on the planet through robust environmental solutions, urban planning and public outreach.

Chancee has served as the National Chair of the National Society of Black Engineers as well as National Co-Chair of Black Youth Vote. She was selected by the International Scholar Laureate Program to participate in their Delegation on Engineering in China as well as the Realizing the Dream International Youth Corps to Nairobi Kenya and Bosnia Herzegovina. Ms. Lundy has been recognized by US Black Engineer as one of the Top 100 Most Important Blacks In Technology and selected by Ebony Magazine as one of the 30 Leaders of the Future. She is an avid volunteer and Lifetime Member of the National Society of Black Engineers and member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated. She lives by Marva Collins quote- “Conceive, believe, achieve you are your greatest asset.”