Lynita Mitchell-Blackwell is an attorney, CPA and Managing Attorney of LMB Law Offices PC, a law firm that specializes in real estate and business law. She is also a blogger for the Urban League of Greater Atlanta Young Professionals Politicker with a focus on politics and social issues; and writer for the AME Church Women’s Missionary Society Workbook with a focus on gender bias, women’s political participation, and women in leadership. Also, Lynita was a columnist for My Magazine for Girls for three years.
Lynita has been recognized for her commitment to service by the President’s Council on Service and Civic Participation with the President’s Call to Service Award (2012), a lifetime achievement award for service; Black Enterprise Magazine as one of its “BE NEXT 35” Young and Bold Business Leaders (2011); and as a Fellow of the New Leaders Council in Atlanta (2011). She is also a graduate of the United Way’s Volunteer Involvement Program (2010) and The White House Project’s Go Run program (2010).
Lynita is the Georgia Chapter President of the American Association of Attorney-Certified Public Accountants, Advisory Board Chair of the New Leaders Council – Atlanta Chapter, and a past President of the Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys Foundation.
Lynita earned her Bachelor of Science degree from Florida A&M University School of Business & Industry and Juris Doctor degree from Georgia State University College of Law. She is admitted to practice law in the state of Georgia and holds her CPA license in the state of Florida.
Lynita recently completed her first half marathon, loves to write and paint, and is an avid reader. She lives in Atlanta with her family.