Bio

Dr. Tincie M. Zellars-Lynch   

  Dr. Tincie Marie Lynch, is the former pastor and founder of Second Chance Powerhouse of Deliverance Ministry a woman gifted and called by God to preach and teach the Gospel of Jesus Christ and minister to those who are lost, wounded, weary, and broken. She is a dynamic motivational speaker, powerful preacher, tireless teacher and loyal friend and employee. She has preached the Gospel now well over twenty five years.  She is an Author of “Let’s Pray a self-help book for those desiring to understand prayer in the simplest form.

As an employee over the last 10 years with the Department of Veterans Affairs she serves on the Executive Staff as the Congressional Liaison, Senior Outreach Coordinator, and The Veterans Service Organization Liaison.  She works directly with the medical Center Director on issues that impact Veterans issues.  She works close with Senate and Congresspersons and selected staff working Veterans issues with direct access with top leadership. Dr. Lynch is a Crisis Intervention Certified Course Instructor where she assist the VA Police with classes to Law enforcement in the community as well as the VA Medical Center.  She won DE-escalator of the year award in 2015.

She has earned the title of “Ms. Network” because she knows a little of somebody, everybody in every state that can assist a Veteran.  Her motto is one team and one fight for those that risk their lives for the defense of world freedom understanding that she can do all things through Christ who strengthens her. The scripture that she stands on in every task until the job is done!

While employed at the Georgia Department of Labor for 10 years she was assigned as the TOPPSTEP Regional Coordinator for the Metro Atlanta Area and Northwest Georgia.  The Offender Parolee Probationer State Training Employment Program, a partnership among the State Board of Pardons and Paroles and Georgia’s Departments of Corrections.  Assisting veterans locked down in the jails and prisons providing Veterans benefits Information”. She also was assigned as the Disabled Veterans Outreach Program Specialist (DVOP) and the Local Veterans Employment Representative,(LVER), as well as the Marketing Representative for all Labor projects.

Dr. Lynch relinquished her position as Commander on April 2017, where she served as Commander over the last 7 years.

Dr. Lynch was elected as the Disabled American Veterans 9th National Executive Committee Commander, on June 23, 2017 with oversight for Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina. This is the first time that a woman has held this position.  This position is a 2 year commitment. 

She was also elected on June 23, 2017 as the 2nd Junior Vice Commander for the Disabled American Veterans Department of Georgia.  She will serve this position for one year. This is the first time that a woman has held this seat since the Department of Georgia has been in existence.  This is the first time that a woman has held this position.  This position is a 2 year commitment.  She is breaking the class ceiling for Woman.

2017- She received the President of United States Lifetime Achievement Award from President Barrack Obama for her lifelong commitment to building a stronger Nation through Volunteer services.

2017- She received the State of Georgia Governor’s Award by Governor Nathan Deal and appointed to his committee as Lieutenant Colonel, Aide De Camp Governor’s Staff.

2017 She received a Proclamation from the CEO of DeKalb County, Michael Thurmond and was declared March 19, 2017 as Dr. Tincie Lynch Day. 

Pages: 1 2