Lynne is founder and CEO of InMomentum, a San Francisco Bay-area management consultancy that delivers practical, data-driven organization and executive development services to high-growth businesses. Since founding the firm in 1999, Lynne has served as an advisor to such technology companies as AMD, Cisco, Genentech, SAP, and Symantec.
Prior to founding InMomentum, Lynne was Vice-President of HR and Managing Director at Cunningham Communication, a leading technology public relations firm. Previously, Lynne was a partner at the Chicago-based management and communication consulting firm, Gehlhausen Ruda & Associates.
Lynne is a frequent speaker on the topics of organizational culture and leadership and is a senior moderator at the Aspen Institute and Liberty Fellowship, leading various seminars, including the Aspen Executive Seminar and Leadership and Character Seminar. She holds memberships in the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychologists, the Academy of Management and the International Positive Psychology Association.
Lynne serves as an advisory board member for Hope Hospice of Pleasanton and Momentum for Mental Health, the largest community-based mental healthcare provider in the San Francisco Bay area. Formerly, she served as Board Chair of the Alliance for Mental Health and as an advisory board member for ZeroOne: The Art and Technology Network. Lynne earned a Ph.D. in industrial and organizational psychology from George Washington University and a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from Duquesne University. She and her husband, Tom, reside in Pleasanton, California.
Lynne Waldera is founder and CEO of InMomentum, Inc., a privately held management consultancy founded in 1999 and focused on organization and executive strategy and development for companies in dynamic markets.