About:Lynlee's educational journey has been varied and diverse.
Starting off her post-secondary education at the Royal Military College of Canada, she studied Engineering while on a soccer scholarship. In second year she focussed her studies on Biology and Chemistry. After completing Military training she transferred to Nipissing University where she finished her Bachelor of Science degree, specializing in Biology. During her time at Nipissing Lynlee adventured abroad to Slovakia to study Biofuels on a scholarship funded through the European Union and Canadian government. While abroad, Lynlee volunteered as a English Language tutor for a private language school. Upon her return, she continued her studies at Nipissing's Schulich School of Education and received her Bachelor of Education, Junior-Intermediate Science. Lynlee has in-class experience in Grades K-6 and 10 and 12 Science. During her University years, she gained valuable tutoring experience for Grades 1-3 and Grades 9-12 and regularly volunteered in both elementary and high school settings.
Lynlee applied her training as a Forest School Practitioner when she volunteered for the Hope Mountain Centre for Outdoor Learning in BC and then again for Great Moose Adventures back in Ontario. Believing that learning can take place anywhere, she encourages students to take their learning outside as often as they can.
Currently as certified member of the Ontario College of Teachers, Lynlee is employed as an Occasional Teacher for the Trillium Lakelands District School Board.
In her spare time, Lynlee enjoys staying active and being outdoors as much as possible. Playing soccer, hiking, swimming and kayaking are just some of her hobbies.