Non-profits (experience in areas including Juvenile Dependency, Domestic Violence, Age-related Health, Elementary Education). Summaries, Guidelines, Q and A style interviews, Essays
Long distance running and road races, cooking and baking, reading
Lynne Marie attended The George Washington University on an athletic scholarship. She was on the Athletic Academic Dean’s List, 1999-01. She was an Academic All American Scholarship Athlete at GWU, 1997-01. She was also awarded the Most Valuable Player on GWU Diving team, 1998, 2001 and currently still holds a record on the boards there.
She loved living in the nation's capital and spent countless hours criss-crossing the city by foot and by metro, soaking in the history and the political climate.
Lynne Marie submitted a successful grant to a large foundation on behalf of the Support Network for Battered Women. This sizable grant supported the continuation of an important children's program at the agency.
Lynne Marie served as a writer and editor for a school newsletter. She enjoyed writing about new programs at the school and particularly enjoyed highlighting parent volunteers.
Lynne Marie submitted several successful grants while working for the Support Network for Battered Women. She successfully procured a $25,000 grant from a large foundation in order to support the continuation of an important children's program.
Lynne Marie regularly provides article content for a school newsletter. She enjoys highlighting the fun side of her school community.
Lynne Marie frequently conducts Q and A interviews for a newsletter. She especially enjoys highlighting members of the diverse community.