Lynn not only instructs for the Emergency Medical Services department, she is the program chair. She has been a registered nurse (RN) in Arizona since 1978, and in 1988 and again in 1990 was awarded a Who's Who in American Nursing. Since 1981, Lynn has been an EMS instructor in Arizona and is an American Heart Association regional faculty person for Basic Life Support (BLS), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) and Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS).
She is a recognized expert in the emergency medical services field and recently was both an editor for and a contributor to the McGraw Hill publication, First Responder in Action: Emergency Workbook, 2nd edition. She created the first Flight Paramedic training program in Arizona and co-wrote the "Flight Physiology" chapter for the first Department of Transportation instruction manual for air medical crews in 1988. Her article "Stressors of Flight" was published in the Journal of Emergency Nursing.
In June, 2015, LBW, as her colleagues and students know her, was awarded the "Murse" Award for lifetime contributions to EMS by the Arizona Emergency Medical Systems (AEMS).
She is a state and national lecturer in the subject field of toxicology and, in addition, currently chairs the American Heart Association Northern Arizona Task Force. She frequently works at Banner University Hospital's Poison and Drug Information Center phone bank.
She also serves as the clerk on the Timber Mesa Fire and Medical District Board.