Business Consultant Inspiring Speaker
Lynette’s eclectic career journey has taken her from PR and fundraising at a major university to the senior marketing leader for the National Women’s Initiative at Deloitte & Touche in New York City. She worked with some of the Firm’s largest client teams including GE, Pfizer, and Johnson & Johnson.
Her popular book, Climbing the Ladder in Stilettos, has been published in several languages receiving recognition from numerous sources including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Post, and The Dallas Morning News. She’s also been featured on The Today Show, and other national broadcasts.
She has been active as a mentor and instructor for the George W. Bush Presidential Center Women’s Initiative, focused on empowering women in the Middle East.
Her professional accomplishments and relatable style bring her to audiences ranging from corporate boards to arenas of thousands, on topics including, “The Power of Purpose–Knowing and Loving What You Are Really Meant to Do”, “Building Your Personal Brand and Eminence,” and more. She is a TEDx speaker, and one of John Maxwell’s Maximum Impact Speakers.
Lynette believes in dreaming big, but faces day-to-day realities of life head-on, offering strategies on how to get to your dreams, and what it takes to get from the vision through the journey to actual fulfillment. This applies to the quest for professional fulfillment, as well as personal and relational fulfillment.
Her commitment to the community is evident through service on numerous boards as president and in other roles that have earned her local and national awards and recognition. A graduate of Oral Roberts University, she has served for many years on its Board of Trustees.
She maintains an active speaking schedule around the country and internationally. She is host of the popular Love Your Life women’s events, held quarterly in Manhattan.
Lynette lives with her husband, Ron Lewis, and young twin daughters in New York City and Cary, North Carolina. They have four grown sons and three grandchildren.
“You start with a vision, a picture of what you desire. You expect detours, delays, discouragement, but you still hold – determined to see the vision fulfilled”