She is not only a prolific writer and remarkable author but a teacher and mentor in her community uplifting men and women who are overcoming drug and alcohol abuse. She is also a former founder who served sixteen years of the annual "Women Empowering Women Ministry Conference” which emphasizes transformation in order that women may live a fulfilled purpose driven life.
Lynn has penned a novel that many believe will become a classic, Chocolate Is Better, a coming of age story about four young girls who must quickly figure out who they really are or be swallowed up by society’s definition of who they are and should become. The story resonates with its readers and crosses race and gender lines alike to offer some humorous and painful insights into growing up with an identity crisis. Chocolate Is Better opens up dialogue so that people can begin to heal while accepting themselves, possibly for the first time.
Lynn’s role as an author makes a great difference in the world because she leaves the kind of lasting impact on people that keep them wanting to improve their lives in a positive way. She writes into the heart of people encouraging and motivating them to identify, accept and embrace one-self; she believes that when you accept yourself and live courageously, you win.
She is a graduate of Fresno City College with an Associated Arts Degree in Retail Marketing Management. She enjoys spending time with her family, friends, helping others and visiting book clubs.
"I already believed in myself so all I needed was just one"