Lynise began her life journey in Washington DC at Walter Reed Hospital. She spent her primary years in Germany and was later relocated to Fayetteville North Carolina where her father retired from the US Army. She completed her high school education at Boggs Academy, a private college preparatory school in Keysville Georgia. She went on to further her education as a Music major at NC Central University. She married and had a son who proudly served his country in the US Navy. Lynise also has three beautiful granddaughters.
Lynise began a career in Real Estate and later changed career paths to become a Federal employee in the United States Postal Service. She began her new career in the postal service as a temporary distribution clerk, later acquiring a permanent clerk position in Raleigh NC. Within a few years she was promoted to Supervisor of Distribution Operations. Although she held several other positions, including Plant Safety Specialist, Ergonomics Site Coordinator and Supervisor of Maintenance, her most rewarding accomplishment was her promotion to the position of Industrial Engineer in Orlando Florida. This came after acquiring her Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering at NC A&T State University while working full time in the Greensboro Plant. Several years later she was promoted to a higher-level engineering position that brought her to Phoenix Arizona. During her time in the Phoenix Plants, she became a certified Lean Six Sigma Blackbelt implementing new processes that produced savings of millions of dollars for the Postal Service. Her last six years of service were served in the position of Lead Manager of Distribution Operations. After 30 years of service, Lynise decided to retire and is now enjoying her new career as a Real Estate agent.
Lynise enjoys traveling, reading, golfing, hunting and gardening. She enjoys meeting new people and working to help others. As a member of Team Elite at Platinum Living Realty, she plans to succeed in mentoring and helping client’s real estate dreams come true, one home at a time.