Lashon Winstead

Title: CEO, President, Founder
Company: L & M Mobile Learning LLC
Location: Jamaica, New York, United States

LaShon Winstead, CEO, President, and Founder of L & M Mobile Learning LLC, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Business Owners for dedication, achievements, and leadership in educational services.

Ms. Winstead has dedicated nearly three decades of her career to empowering families and children to pursue a passion for learning and high-quality STEM-inclusive education. She is the chief executive officer and founder of L&M Mobile Learning, LLC, Bricks 4 Kidz and Girls Who Build STEAM, a series of after-school and summer enrichment programs working with schools and community partner organizations throughout New York to offer children in low-income communities access to cutting-edge, hands-on STEM and STEAM curriculum. Since its establishment in 2015, L&M Mobile Learning has enrolled more than 4,000 students and their parents in project-based classes that also create opportunities for families to be involved in the educational process. In addition to her work in the after-school learning field, Ms. Winstead is also the owner and director of All In Together Group Family Childcare, which she has operated since 2000.

In recognition of her innovative programming and unique commitment to building programming that serves both parents and children, Ms. Winstead was presented with a 2020 Top 100 Visionary in Education Award from the Global Forum of Education and Leadership. The inspiration for her programs came from her own experiences feeling alienated as the only girl in a STEM-focused high school, and later as a parent opting to stay at home to ensure that her children were receiving quality daycare services. Ms. Winstead holds an Associate of Arts in early childhood education from York College and a Care Course diploma from Samuel Gompers Vocational Tech School. She is active in volunteerism with School District 20 and District 29 as well as many local charities and nonprofits and plans to continue working in education or with children for the rest of her career, hoping to “push the urban community to think outside the box” about education.

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