A new career in a new industry
When Lynn decided to reenter the workforce three years ago, she offered to serve as a temporary assistant to her husband Paul at Capstone Financial Partners while he looked for a permanent replacement. The office culture turned out to be a good fit for Lynn, and she never left. Always a quick learner, she took up the challenge of mastering an entirely new industry – financial services doesn’t share much in common with her previous career as a geneticist at the National Institutes of Health. Lynn really enjoys working in a small business atmosphere, where every day offers something new. As client service representative, she is responsible for handling client service work for Paul, Rob and Ashby, including account processing and paperwork, client service requests and general office duties.
Work-life balance is a lot of work, but worth it
Lynn and her husband Paul are preparing themselves for empty nest syndrome, with two children in college and one just a few years away. Lynn finds it difficult to pick just a few “favorite” activities to list in a bio, as she enjoys doing everything (and doesn’t do anything that she doesn’t enjoy). For the sake of space, she will limit her mentions to tennis (just for fun), golf (just learning) and the Washington Nationals (just can’t wait for that World Series to finally happen). Lynn also loves travel and recently took a trip with her family to Italy, an experience that kicked her wanderlust into high gear and left her eager to explore more distant lands in the future.
Master of Science in Genetics, George Washington University; Bachelor of Arts in Biology, Randolph-Macon Woman’s College