Chanceé Lundy is a community conscious engineer. The Selma, Alabama native uses her passion for eradicating inequities as fuel to provide technical competence and adept communication on environmental and transportation projects. As Co-owner and Principal of Nspiregreen, she is responsible for the management of environmental projects such as stormwater, energy, environmental policy, solid waste, air quality, and sustainability planning.
"I have always been interested in helping communities become better," Chanceé explains. "I understood that from the policy perspective but wanted to provide the technical expertise to communities. Growing up, I didn’t know what an engineer was but my love of politics, math, and science opened this world of innovative problem solving to me."
Chanceé earned her Bachelor's of Science in Environmental Science at Alabama A&M University, and her Master's of Science in Civil Engineering at Florida A&M – Florida State College of Engineering.
Chanceé has been recognized as one of Ebony Magazine’s 30 Leaders of the Future and one of the Top 100 Most Important Blacks in Technology by US Black Engineer. Chanceé is a former National Chairperson of the National Society of Black Engineers. She also serves on the Executive Committee of the Chesapeake Bay Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee.