Lenwood is the founder and CEO of Accelery, LLC.  For over 20 years, he has advised business owners, CEOs and their leadership teams on strategic technology, business and legal issues.  He is the author of Accelery’s eBook, Digital Transformation: Leadership Secrets to Win and the biweekly Accelery newsletter.

Lenwood has a postgraduate degree in digital business with distinction from the Emeritus Institute of Management.  The Emeritus Institute of Management is a partnership of MIT Sloan School of Management, Columbia Business School and the Tuck School of Management at Dartmouth. The Post Graduate Degree in Digital Business is taught through the Columbia Business School and MIT Sloan School of Management.

Lenwood has also completed the Strategic Steps for Growth Streetwise MBA in entrepreneurial and small business operations through W.R. Berkley Innovation Lab at the NYU Stern School of Business.

In addition, Lenwood has a JD from the University of Pennsylvania Law School and a BA from Yale University.

At Yale, Lenwood was awarded the Roosevelt L. Thompson Prize for commitment to community services, as well as a special commendation from the Afro-American Cultural Center at Yale for commitment to serving the African American community.

Lenwood is a member of the Founding Chapter of the One Hundred Black Men, a national organization that provides scholarships, educational support, economic empowerment, mentoring, health and wellness initiatives, and serves as a leading voice of the African American community.

Through membership with the One Hundred Black Men, Lenwood volunteers as a Guest Speaker to underserved high school students about leadership and entrepreneurship.

Lenwood is also a member of Pinnacle Forum America, a national network of Christian marketplace leaders dedicated to helping influential leaders execute their God-given purpose and foster a flourishing God-honoring culture.

For almost 20 years, Lenwood has served on the Yale Alumni Schools Committee as an interviewer, interviewing high school students for admission to Yale.