Dr. Lynn Waidelich’s career started in education as a high school history teacher and coach, where she quickly identified that her true passion was not limited to the content area itself but the development and encouragement of young learners. Ever since, the themes of leadership, community building, empowerment, and innovation have been interwoven throughout her career. Lynn has worked both as a school administrator and an adjunct professor and researcher. Most recently, she taught doctoral course and served as a dissertation coach at George Washington University, helping others reach their potential and fulfill their educational aspirations.
In addition to her academic pursuits, Lynn started and managed a franchise of Fit4Mom, a fitness and wellness program for mothers and children. With an active community of over 100 members, the franchise became profitable within 18 months. Lynn also has experience in grant writing, curriculum development, non-profit fundraising, and talent management.
Lynn is an analytical thinker, and she views the world in complex and nuanced ways. She has received a Ed.D. in Educational Administration from George Washington, as well as a Masters of Teaching and a Bachelors of History from the University of Virginia.