Lynn Horan is an ordained Presbyterian minister and leadership consultant specializing in women's leadership development in both secular and religious contexts. She is currently a doctoral fellow through Antioch University's PhD Program in Leadership and Change, specializing in embodied and authentic leadership with current research on female clergy boundary work and attrition. Lynn is also a former health policy analyst for the New York State Senate and family counselor, having worked in homeless ministry and domestic violence prevention in communities in upstate New York and Central Peru. A life-long dancer and yoga practitioner, Lynn believes strongly in the restorative capacity of movement and embodied expression as a means of establishing healing, wholeness and reconciliation in individuals and communities.
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