Lovell Lemons promotes Civic Engagement in engaging students in service to the greater Atlanta community. Prior to Student Civic Engagement, Lovell was the Assistant Director of Cooperative Education and an employment counselor in Career Services at the university. Lovell received both his B.S. in education and his masters of education in guidance and counseling from Lincoln University in Jefferson City, Missouri. He currently serves on The Wesley Foundation Board and the advisory board of Project Healthy Grandparents.
Lovell is past president of the Council of Volunteer Administrators of Metro Atlanta. In 2002, he was appointed to the Georgia Commission on Service and Volunteerism as a commissioner by then Governor, Roy Barnes. He serves as an adviser to the following student service organizations: Big Brother Big Sister, Circle K International, Global Peace Youth Corps, Habitat for Humanity, Red Cross Club and Redeemed Gospel Choir.
Lovell believes in practicing what he preaches, so he invites you to join him and other Georgia State students as they reach out to the greater Atlanta community.