Ms. Lyndelia B. Wynn
Office: Lauretta Taylor Building, Room 204
Lyndelia B. Wynn, M.A., M.S.W. is a part-time lecturer at Fayetteville State University in the Department of Social Work. Ms. Wynn received her Master of Arts degree in Sociology from North Carolina Central University. She obtained her Master's degree in Social Work from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a concentration in Management and Community Practice. Her professional experience focuses on Family and Children Services and includes more than 25 years of experience working with families at the Department of Social Services. She has worked as a Social Work Supervisor for 12 years. Ms. Wynn was a recipient of the Annie Kizer Bost Award while enrolled at UNC-Chapel Hill, which is an award presented to the student showing the greatest potential for service to the public welfare system of North Carolina.
SWRK 220- Intro to Human Services
SWRK 230- Intro to Social Work
SWRK 445- Cultural Diversity
Children and Family Services
Wynn, L. (2003). Attitude of AFDC recipients toward work. Sociation Today, 1(2).
North Carolina Social Services Association