About Us

LMCi is an 8(a)-certified, minority-owned professional services firm with a reputation for meeting challenges and creating measurable stakeholder value.

Based in downtown Silver Spring, Maryland, we provide a range of specialized consulting and IT services to both government and commercial clients.

Our Mission

We provide thought leadership in specific areas of service to meet or exceed our customer’s objectives.

Our Customer Commitment

LMCi’s reason for being is our customer, and our Total Quality Management (TQM) approach to business flows directly from this. We view each engagement as a collaborative process aimed at solving a common task while creating maximum stakeholder value. Throughout this process, we work to unlock the hidden value proposition inherent in maximizing your internal efficiency.

Being viewed as indispensable is the ultimate accolade.

Our Team

LMCi’s team of communication specialists, conference managers, researchers, grant/technical specialists, and senior associates have amassed more than 30 years of expertise in the public education arena, specializing in English Language Learning, special education, teacher preparation, quality, and supporting partnership programs between state and local education agencies, colleges and universities, and community-based programs.

Senior-level research and evaluation staff have experience evaluating education programs and providing strategic planning and needs assessment to support the development of programs, policies, and publications. One of our senior-level associates was also appointed to serve a 3-year term on the TESOL (Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, Inc.) Standards Committee. Several have earned doctorate degrees in specialized areas of education, including Educational Policy/Administration and Special Education. This specialized training provides them with the ideal knowledge base to support private and public organizations in their efforts to ensure their messages do not get lost in translation.

Our writers, editors, and designers understand the intricate process involved in writing teacher preparation curricula for low-achieving schools; developing interactive newsletters for technical assistance centers; conducting site visits to prepare comprehensive case studies for government review; preparing concise but impactful issue briefs that are focused on diverse topics and aimed at diverse audiences.