Jennell Lynch

In her role as Vice President of the NAIC, Lynch oversees day-to-day operations, manages membership services, programs, and national events. She previously served as Vice President of Operations for The Marathon Club (TMC), an organization focused on increasing the availability and investment of private equity capital for enterprises that have significant minority ownership and management participation.

Lynch co-founded The Right LANE’s (Ladies Advancing a New Economy) in 2009. A community movement of professional women who hit the road to “make a change,” the organization brings together professional women for one-day road trips that stimulate local economies and small businesses. The group also supports local charities while fostering personal and professional empowerment through networking, bonding and friendship.

In the early stages of her career, Lynch served as former Senator Hillary Rodham’s Deputy Press Secretary, where she planned, organized and facilitated press conferences, media events and prepared the Senator for selected media interviews. She is a member of the Board of Directors for Girls Incorporated of the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area. A native of Lynchburg, VA, Lynch received her B.A. in Mass Communications from Norfolk State University and a M.A. in Organizational Management from Virginia University of Lynchburg.