Lynn has been fascinated by tough questions ever since she was a little girl and her Dad first asked her, “How long is a piece of string?”
Lynn is a Credentialed Evaluator with over 15 years experience in research and evaluation across a variety of sectors including education, health, and immigration.
Her doctoral work earned national and international awards from the Canadian and Australian governments, as well as the U.S. National Association of Gifted Children, Western University, and the Ontario government. Her research has also won awards from the Canadian Association for Educational Psychology and the Canadian Research Centre on Inclusive Education.
Lynn is a strong advocate for plain language. She currently volunteers with the International Plain Language Federation developing guidelines for plain language training.
She is still fascinated by the length of string, but now wonders who owns the string and why they need to know the length of it.
- Skilled in combining qualitative and quantitative findings
- Interested in diverse approaches to collecting and reporting data (e.g., artwork, poems, videos, music)
- Experienced in group concept mapping
Areas of focus
- Education, special education, and inclusion
- Engaging children and youth in research
- Plain language advocacy