Lynnsie has worked several years in the education system as a Substitute teacher, Home School teacher, and Speech and Debate Coach. These roles have allowed her to be exposed to students from all different backgrounds and age groups. Lynnsie has had the opportunity to work in many different subject areas as well as special education. Lynnsie has previously found success working with an array of students and supporting them in working toward their goals.
As a Head Student Advisor at CIP, Lynnsie helps support students to prepare for the demands of the real world and guides them through personal growth to increase their independence and self-advocacy. Lynnsie has earned her Bachelor’s degree in psychology at Humboldt State University and has extensive personal and has extensive formal experience working with the neurodiverse community.
When she’s not supporting student and their families, you can find them her enjoying going to the movies, and watching anime, and Korean dramas. She is an avid reader, and loves the outdoors and spending time at home with her family.