Meet the EDD: Lucinia Mundy

Posted by: Economic Development Team on Tuesday, December 6, 2016

In our blog series, “Meet the EDD,” we regularly profile a member of our team. Through our interviews, we hope you get to know the hardworking members of our staff, who are dedicated to the economic vitality of Charles County.

Lucinia Mundy joined the EDD in 2016 as Outreach Administrator. She is actively involved in the business development and service delivery activities relating to small and minority business attraction, workforce development, government contracting, business financing, technology transfer and other economic development activities. Outside of work, Lucinia volunteers for organizations dedicated to improving the local and global economy.  Lucinia has lived in Charles County for 23 years and loves spending time with her husband and their two daughters.

Charles County Economic Development Department (EDD): What’s been your favorite project that you’ve worked on since joining the EDD?

Lucinia Mundy (LM): My favorite project continues to be the one-on-one business development services I provide to county businesses.  Prior to joining the department, I provided multiple business development services, seminars, and government contracting information to new and existing businesses to help them to grow and expand.  My small business programs were recently transferred to the Economic Development Department from the County's Procurement Office.

EDD: How do you describe your job to your family and friends?

LM: We help businesses to grow, expand, and create jobs in the community. We do this by providing them with business knowledge, government resources, and technical assistance expertise.

EDD: What is your favorite thing about living in Charles County?

LM: I specifically moved to Charles County, MD, because of its diversity in landscape, wild-life, and people.

EDD: What is a skill you’d like to learn and why? 

LM: I would like to learn how to sew and design fashion clothing.  I would then showcase my fashion designs by sponsoring fashion shows.

EDD: If you could travel back in time to any period in history, when would it be and why?

LM: I am fascinated with Ancient Egypt.  The civilization was stylish, attractive, technology advanced, and motivated by their spirituality.

EDD: Favorite music?

LM: Rhythm and Blues

Want to get in touch with Lucinia? Connect with her on LinkedIn or via email at

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