Chanceé Lundy

Chanceé Lundy is co-owner and principal of Nspiregreen, a firm that combines engineering and urban planning with community organizing. NspireGreen is dedicated to fulfilling a vision that facilitates the empowerment and transformation of every community through environmental planning. Focusing on community planning, multimodal planning, climate change and resiliency planning, Nspiregreen believes in creating healthy and safe communities for all. Lundy cofounded Nspiregreen LLC in 2009 and has spearheaded projects providing technical support and/ or public outreach services to environmental clients on projects such as the District’s Comprehensive Energy Plan, Solid Waste Management Study, and Consolidated TMDL Implementation (Stormwater Management) Plan. Lundy received her Master’s in Civil Engineering (Environmental Concentration) from Florida State University and holds a B.S. in Environmental Science from Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University. She is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Water Environment Federation, Women’s Transportation Seminar, and National Society of Black Engineers and is Mayoral Appointee to the Chesapeake Bay Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee. She lives in Washington, D.C. with her husband, Dwight Russell, and their rambunctious little boy, Amari.

Chanceé Lundy is co-owner and principal of Nspiregreen, a firm that combines engineering and urban planning with community organizing. NspireGreen is dedicated to fulfilling a vision that facilitates the empowerment and transformation of every community through environmental planning. Focusing on community planning, multimodal planning, climate change and resiliency planning, Nspiregreen believes in creating healthy and safe communities for all.

Lundy cofounded Nspiregreen LLC in 2009 and has spearheaded projects providing technical support and/ or public outreach services to environmental clients on projects such as the District’s Comprehensive Energy Plan, Solid Waste Management Study, and Consolidated TMDL Implementation (Stormwater Management) Plan. Lundy received her Master’s in Civil Engineering (Environmental Concentration) from Florida State University and holds a B.S. in Environmental Science from Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University.

She is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Water Environment Federation, Women’s Transportation Seminar, and National Society of Black Engineers and is Mayoral Appointee to the Chesapeake Bay Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee. She lives in Washington, D.C. with her husband, Dwight Russell, and their rambunctious little boy, Amari.