Lynn has been teaching physics (AP 1, 2, and regular) for Gilbert High School since 2015. In that time period, she has worked to strengthen women and underrepresented in their pursuit of STEM courses as well as breaking down barriers to make physics more accessible to all students. She has been an ITEN teacher fellow since 2019, and her experiences have been published in the February issue of Conexiones, a journal published by the Ministry of Education, Costa Rica. When schools made a dramatic shift to online learning last spring, Lynn developed a fully online optics unit, where students performed a blend of at home experiments and online simulations. She has participated in presenting her activities in both individual and group webinars through ITEN, AMTA, and AAPT. Lynn is currently working on her Masters Degree with ASU.