Lynette is a versatile communications professional with a passion for making a difference. She holds a BA in Communications from the University of Technology and has over ten years of experience in providing communications, marketing and events services to both corporate and not-for-profit businesses.

When Lynette’s mother Christine was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma, she was given a life expectancy of six months. Advances in medical protocols, scientific breakthroughs and superb hospital care helped Christine to live a full life well over a decade beyond that original terminal prognosis.

Lynette joined Neuroblastoma Australia having witnessed firsthand the vast difference that well-funded research can make to improve and prolong the lives of cancer patients.