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Now in her fifteenth year with Davidoff Strategy, Lynette leads the firm’s client delivery, research and strategy. She consistently delivers high-quality, thoughtful and strategic work to help clients develop smart solutions to complex challenges. Over her years at Davidoff, she has contributed to the development of the firm’s proprietary Mission-Driven methodology and has implemented this methodology to serve clients in business planning, marketing communications, event strategy and production, coaching and training, and corporate/not-for-profit business partnerships. She has led the firm’s strategic business planning and marketing strategy for many of its clients, including the American College of Veterinary Pathologists, AARP Foundation, Chicagoland Lutheran Educational Foundation, de Beaumont Foundation, Blessings in a Backpack, Tribune Media Group, Pan-American Health Organization (PAHO) Foundation, the Smithsonian, the National Assistance League, YWCA of Metropolitan Chicago, and American Public Transportation Association.

In 2014, Lynette received a master’s degree in Transformational Leadership and Human Dynamics from the Wright Graduate University for the Realization of Human Potential to deepen her understanding of individual and organizational transformation and leadership. She has served as adjunct faculty for the university and is currently a volunteer group leader for the Wright Foundation’s signature Year of Transformation program, where she coaches students on applying the principles of individual transformation and social-emotional intelligence to reach their potential.