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Education Services of Greater Washington, LLC

Troy D. Lewis, II - Chief Executive Officer

Education Services of Greater Washington, LLC

Professional Biography

Troy Lewis is an accomplished higher education professional, Social Justice Advocate, Thought Leader and Advisor. Troy is the Chief Executive Officer of Education Services of Greater Washington, LLC. which provides custom programs and services in the areas of workforce readiness, youth development, education and specialized training. Troy formerly served as the Manager of Talent Acquisition and Campus Relations - Internships for the Thurgood Marshall College Fund serving publicly supported HBCU college students and graduates across the country. Troy’s professional background includes advanced skill in program management, budgeting, recruitment, minority-male development, youth leadership development, facilitation, college transition, workforce development, and academic advising.

Troy provides expert services to community based organizations, educational institutions, and corporations to empower students, with an emphasis on young males of color, to reach their optimum potential through purposeful programming, intentional exposure and access to prominent leaders and professionals across the country. Troy connects with young people and youth development staff through innovative and high impact interactive workshops, symposiums, conferences, and comprehensive program development strategies.

Troy tributes his professional skill to his experiences with leading youth development programs and higher education institutions in the country. After teaching high school mathematics courses to youth from disadvantaged backgrounds, Troy was a senior trainer at the Posse Foundation where he helped to identify, recruit and train diverse student leaders to attend top-tier colleges. Directly supporting college students, Troy served as a post-secondary advisor at KIPP DC KIPP Through College office and academic advisor at the University of Maryland at College Park. With a passion for marginalized minority populations, Troy has made an impact with American Indians, Alaskan Natives, and Native Hawaiians, while employed at American University, by providing these Native populations with high profile internships with leading government agencies within the U.S. Government and Native advocacy groups.

Having identified his interest in youth development while teaching non-traditional (GED) students as he attended college, Troy provides resources and tools to those who aspire to achieve their goals. He supports non-profit scholarship organizations and volunteers his time to change lives through education.

Troy holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Florida A&M University, is certified in Urban Education Policy and Practice from the Institute for Life-Long Learning and Workforce Innovation and has resided in the DC Metropolitan area for eleven years.

Education Services of Greater Washington, LLC 

1775 I Street, NW, Suite 1150

Washington DC 20006

Direct: Phone: 202.508.1475  Fax: 202.478.1794

ESGW At a Glance

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