Lynn is the Founder and CEO of Pivt, the company social app designed to reduce turnover and improve the well-being of relocated, remote, and transient employees. Pivt was born out of Lynn's own frustration after relocating to London to work for Bloomberg and not knowing where to start to make her new city feel like home. Prior, Lynn worked at Bloomberg LP in London and then as a Senior Associate at Autonomy Ventures, where she procured startup deal-flow, managed teams, and drove value creation for portfolio companies. She currently serves as the VP of Panels for the New York Venture Community (NYVC), and mentors/advises at Women in Business at Yeshiva University, Astia Angels, London & Partners, and Athletic Venture Advisors. Lynn is a frequent panelist, startup judge, and speaker, including at: SXSW, Franklin & Marshall College, NYU Stern Business School $300K Startup Challenge, Columbia University Business School, Brandeis University Business School, Syracuse University Innovation Competition, NY Venture Summit, and the University of Oxford. Lynn has been featured in publications such as: Forbes, The London Evening Standard, and Digital Trends. She has also been published in: Thrive Global, ERC WorldWide Mobility Magazine, Startup Magazine, and Entrepreneur Podcast Network.
Lynn graduated from Franklin and Marshall College. She continued to stay connected to the college as the Co-Chair of the F & M London Alumni Chapter, while she was living there. She is now Co-Founder and Chair of F & M's DipBlue Network, a community of F&M alumni entrepreneurs, innovators, creators, and problem solvers coming together to develop new skills and ideas, address fundamental challenges in business and society, and support F&M students and programs on campus.