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Ms. Cydny A. Neville is a native of Alexandria, Virginia, who is dedicated to serving and engaging the community; whether it’s through her career, her corporation, or through work in her sorority, and other non-profits. A former secondary educator, she is a graduate of Virginia State University, and earned her master’s degree in Education, from the University of Phoenix. 

Cydny A. Neville has over ten years of experience working with agencies across Northern Virginia, to enhance the lives of youth.  A former High School teacher, and current Community Educator, she has a wealth of experience facilitating workshops, as well as implementing prevention programs in the community. 

Ms. Neville also hones experience of developing, managing, and maintaining community partnerships to enhance programming for area non-profits, as well as establishing partnerships in the community to improve the outreach efforts on the local government level, facilitating parenting classes, as well as writing and managing grants (small scale to Federal level), and developing programmatic grants based on community outreach.

Ms. Neville is passionate about strengthening single family households.  She is the President/CEO of the Neville Empowerment Network, Inc ., where she aims to inspire others to “see beyond, beyond” through a variety of forms of outreach; such as the annual “You CAN Do Anything Too Symposium,” the “You CAN do Anything Too Book Scholarship,” established through Virginia State University’s Foundation, to cover the cost of books for a student who is working to earn their bachelor degree while raising a child full time.  She manages a blog, “Be A Singular Sensation,” which provides news from an urban single parent perspective to: engage, enlighten, inform, inspire and connect single parents in the Prince William County area.  The blog has a television show component, which airs on the Comcast’s Community Channel, in Prince William County.  In addition, she holds an annual “Birthday Bag Drive,” to make birthdays possible for Northern Virginia area youth, in transition.

She currently serves on the Historic Dumfries Virginia Board, is a member of the American Society of Public Administration, serves on the 2012 and 2013 Human Development and Education Policy Committee of the Virginia Municipal League, is a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated, Prince William County NAACP, a member of the Minority Political Leadership Institute’s class of 2012, is a member of the 2013 class of Leadership Prince William, was one of Virginia Leadership Institute’s 2013 “Top 10 Under 40,” is a 2014 emPower Magazine Power Player for “Social Activism,” and was a recipient of the 2014 Prince William County Human Rights Award!

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