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Lucretia R. Payton-Stewart, Ph.D., Recognized by Cambridge Who’s Who
for Excellence in Leadership Development
Dr. Payton-Stewart is currently writing a book on leadership
MCDONOUGH, GA, November 1, 2011, Lucretia Payton-Stewart, Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer of LPS Associates, LLC, has been recognized by Cambridge Who’s Who for showing dedication, leadership and excellence in her field.
Having served as chief executive officer of LPS Associates, LLC for the past 10 years, Dr. Payton-Stewart utilizes her expertise in leadership training and diversity to provide training for government officials and leaders in higher education and religious organizations. She also offers grant writing and curriculum writing services to various educational and government institutions and provides leadership training for sororities and fraternities. Prior to founding LPS Associates, LLC, Dr. Payton-Stewart attained the rank of professor emeritus in the Department of Educational Policy Studies at Georgia State University, where she taught policy studies, curriculum and leadership development from 1975 to 2004. She was also a part-time consultant for 25 years.
Dr. Payton-Stewart is a published author and has written articles with a focus on leadership development, African-American content and school curriculum. She also coordinates exhibits at her local libraries in the area of diversity, and did an exhibit at the Auburn Avenue Research Library on African American Culture and History for her sorority, Alpha Kappa Alpha, for its 100th anniversary.
A graduate of The University of Iowa, Dr. Payton-Stewart earned a Ph.D. in leadership and early childhood development. She also holds a Master of Instructional Technology in education from Wayne State University and a Bachelor of Science in education from Central State University. She served has the 13th South Atlantic Regional Director for Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., from 1994 to 1998 and was also formerly a member of the Board of Trustees for Georgia Women of Achievement. Dr. Payton-Stewart is also affiliated with Phi Delta Kappa International, the Kappa Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., and Kappa Delta Pi Educational Institution.
Moreover, she formerly served as the president of the Azalea City Chapter of LINKS Incorporated and chairwoman of Georgia Humanities Council. In five years, Dr. Payton-Stewart hopes to complete her book on leadership.