Corporate Entrepreneur, Change Agent, Storyteller
Lyné and her husband Pat became involved with World Vision as child sponsors in 2012 and joined the organization’s National Leadership Council (NLC) in May 2013. They partnered with other NLC members to establish Giving in Motion, a team supporting the West Gonja development program in Ghana, where they have visited on Vision Trips. The West Gonja community has been close to their hearts, and after they visited refugee camps in Jordan, the Emergency Relief Signature Initiative became
important as well. In addition, Lyné has a special place in her heart for child labor and child protection issues after returning from a trip to Bangladesh. They also sponsor education for orphans in Moshi, Tanzania, with Make A Difference Now.
Lyné graduated from the University of Florida with a bachelor’s degree in mathematics before starting her career in sales at Proctor & Gamble in Atlanta. She retired as Vice President of eCommerce at The Clorox Company in 2019, where she was the general manager of their online business. She also serves on the board of Proverbs 31 and is an elder at her church.
Lyné and Pat have a blended family with three grown children: Josh, Cody, and Kendall. They enjoy long walks with their yellow lab, Buster. Both are members of San Ramon Presbyterian Church.
Join Former Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Stability and Humanitarian Affairs, Stephanie Hammond, World Vision National Leadership Councilmember Lyne’ Brown, and World Vision’s Senior Policy Advisor for Humanitarian Emergencies, Barrett Alexander, for an open dialogue on our humanitarian efforts in 2021 and beyond. With a new U.S. Administration re-prioritizing international engagement, what will […]