Dr. Lindsay is a native Washingtonian and a DC public school graduate, and holds a master's degree and a doctorate in developmental psychology from Howard University. She began her career at Strayer University as an adjunct faculty member and now serves as the campus dean for the Prince George's Campus.
Dr. Lindsay has more than 20 years of experience in the area of psychology. She's taught at several institutions of higher learning and has held various positions in the U.S. federal government and in the private sector.
As an avid educator, she continues to serve as presenter and guest speaker for various workshops and seminars.
Dr. Emelda Ntinglet-Davis
Associate Campus Dean
Dr. Ntinglet-Davis holds a bachelor's degree in computer information and system sciences from University of the District of Columbia, a master's degree in management information systems from Bowie State University, and a doctorate in organizational leadership from Nova Southeastern University. She's been teaching at Strayer University since 1992 at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Over the years, Dr. Ntinglet-Davis has worked for major companies like Booz Allen & Hamilton, GE Information Services, and the Maryland state and county government agencies.
During her spare time, Dr. Ntinglet-Davis volunteers for the American Cancer Society, the National Lupus Foundation, and the Multiple Sclerosis Society. Paying it forward is just part of her M.O.