Clovia Hamilton – Biography Clovia is an entrepreneur with more than 30 years of professional work experience as an engineer, urban planner, and technology transfer specialist. Clovia is a registered patent attorney; and has practiced intellectual property law (ip strategy) and real property zoning. Clovia has worked in government civil service at the local, state and federal levels. She worked for USACE CERL, US EPA, US DOT’s FHWA, and the USPTO. Over the course of her career, Clovia has gained experience in project management; negotiated grants and contracts; and served on hiring and vendor selection committees.
Clovia has counseled and trained hundreds of businesses since 1999 in local, state, and federal contracting; business planning; technology licensing; and business development. Clovia taught government contracting at Georgia Tech as a procurement counselor and program manager. She has helped universities with faculty start-ups, self starters, and established businesses. She also teaches business law and ethics.
Clovia has operated Lemongrass since 2005 and won a Walmart Sam Walton Emerging Entrepreneur Award in 2008. She won a $12,000 cash grant from the American Association of University Women (AAUW) in 2013 to help with her EMBA studies!
Lemongrass Consulting helps business organizations with their business strategies, planning, training, business development, and outreach!
Clovia earned an Executive MBA at Wesleyan College and is working on her PhD in Industrial Engineering with a concentration in Engineering Management at the University of Tennessee Knoxville! She researches academic entrepreneurship, university technology transfer, the advancement of HBCUs, and women and minorities in STEM fields.
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