LaFondra Lynch Named GSA Deputy Chief of Staff

LaFondra Lynch

LaFondra Lynch, former chief of staff of the General Services Administration’s Public Buildings Service, has been appointed as the agency’s deputy chief of staff. GSA said Monday that Lynch will help the agency’s administrator and chief of staff develop, evaluate and implement programs as part of her new capacity.

In her most recent role, Lynch assisted the PBS leadership team in managing national programs and managed a $10 billion budget with over 5,300 employees. She also spent some time at the Department of Justice and held senior officer positions at the Executive Office for Immigration Review.

Lynch holds a doctorate degree in management from the University of Maryland University College, a master of arts degree in government from the Johns Hopkins University and a bachelor of science degree in English from Towson University.

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