Charlotte Jerdak

Administrative Assistant

Office location:

Freiburger Residence Hall

Email: cjerdak@lynn.edu

Phone: +1 561-237-7685

Professional profile

Charlotte Jerdak has worked in the Administrative/Executive Assistant field since 1984.  She provides Administrative Support to the faculty and students in the College of Arts & Science.  She was born and raised in Northern Virginia until moving with her family to Florida in 2009.  She began working at Lynn University in 2013.  She worked for George Mason University for many years administratively and as an elected Staff Senator.  Other fields of work have been with the Private Sector:  Research Scientists, Astronauts, Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, Federal and County Governments.

Interests
Swimming, Exercising, Music, Reading, Traveling, Interior Decorating and Web Design

Education

AAS Degree in Secretarial Science at Northern Virginia Community College, Virginia

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