Lynn has worked in alternatives to incarceration in Utah and Colorado, focusing on the potential underlying causes that bring individuals in contact with the criminal justice system. Lynn is passionate about implementing ideas and programs outside the regular adjudication process to better serve and address individual and community needs. She utilizes her diverse background and skill set to develop, implement, manage, and evaluate evidence-based and best practices in new and existing programming.

Understanding and utilizing the Sequential Intercept Model has been integral in managing and developing criminal justice and behavioral health programming. Lynn’s experience and knowledge of treatment courts, alternatives to incarceration, and evidence-based and best practices, have lent her the opportunity to collaborate with all intercepts through collaboration with criminal justice, behavioral health, and community stakeholders.

Lynn has a B.A. in International Business Management with Spanish from Marietta College and her Master’s in Social Work from the University of Utah.