Title: Chief Executive Officer, Founder
Company: Crystal Clear Educational Systems
Location: Brooklyn, New York, United States
Judith C. Lovell, CEO and Founder of Crystal Clear Educational Systems, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Business Owners for dedication, achievements, and leadership in educational resources and training.
Ms. Lovell is an educator, coach and management expert with a diverse background in urban planning, administration, and human resources and more than three decades of dedication to building strong communities and educational systems. She began working with Metropolitan Transit Authority/New York City Transit in 1980 and completed a Bachelor of Arts in urban planning at Brooklyn College in 1984. Ms. Lovell continued her education through the 1990s, earning a management certificate from the College of New Paltz and a labor relations certificate with a specialty in contract negotiations from Cornell University before graduating from the Metropolitan College of New York in 1996 with a Master of Science in public administration. She started teaching at the secondary level in 1999 and has taught business courses to students at St. Joseph’s College, New York University, and ASA College.
In 2013, Ms. Lovell launched Crystal Clear Education Systems, Inc., a line of educational products, materials, and instructional support including high-quality coaching, professional development workshops, and retreats. She remains active in numerous community development projects and charitable initiatives, including serving as past Tri-State President of the Conference of Minority Transportation Officials, a volunteer for Hale House, and a messenger delivering “COVID care” packages and eyeglasses to seniors on behalf of the Lions Club. In addition to her work in the larger community, Ms. Lovell is a gifted writer and former poet-in-residence at St. Philips Church. Her recent works include “Papa’s Letters: Love via First-Class Male,” a love story based on her grandfather’s WWI-era letters, and “Moore Than We Bargained For,” an Isaac Lieberman Award-winning educational play about AIDS. She is the recipient of service awards from New York City Transit and St. Joseph’s College, and has been honored with the Famous Poets Society Shakespeare Trophy of Excellence, among many other accolades.
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