Lynsey Singleton

Lynsey Singleton

Alumni Office

2003 FACS Ed grad is now a program specialist with the Georgia Department of Education

Degree/Year

BSFCS, Family and Consumer Sciences Education, 2003

Current occupation/Location

Program Specialist, CTAE Division, Georgia Department of Education

What has been your proudest accomplishment since graduating?

I was a 2020 FCCLA Leadership Hall of Fame inductee

How do you think FACS prepared you for career success?

FACS prepares you for career success by providing practical skills in managing finances, nutrition and family dynamics.

What inspires or motivates you?

FCCLA’s 5th purpose: to create a greater understanding between youth and adults, making sure today’s adults know that today’s students will be our amazing leaders tomorrow.

What advice would you give a current FACS student looking to pursue a career in your field?

Network with FACS professionals! Attend conferences, workshops or seminars related to FACS education to connect with professionals in the field. Networking can provide valuable insights, mentorship opportunities and potential job leads in the future. Joining professional organizations, such as the Georgia Association for Teachers of Family and Consumer Sciences (GATFACS), can also help you stay updated on industry trends and connect with like-minded individuals.

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