As a strategic marketing consultant my expertise guides colleges, universities, nonprofits and social sector organizations in the development of the strategic organizational and individual narratives that really matter.

For mission-driven institutions, I work alongside presidents and their leadership teams to develop unique and sustainable communications and brand strategies that set them apart in the increasingly competitive and challenging landscape of the higher education and social sectors.

For individuals who are in the market for new executive leadership opportunities, I develop high-level search strategies and the all-important application portfolios that support them, ensuring that aspiring presidents, vice presidents, deans, and directors move successfully through the multiple stages of executive search, career advancement, and professional growth.

I’ve worked with Lyn at top-tier schools, mid-tier, and those who need her ministrations to stay viable in a changing, challenging landscape. Across all kinds of challenges, and no few number of crises, Lyn steadies the hands of college presidents and senior leadership, thinks strategically and implements tactically, and adds value to the institutions she works with.

With her deep knowledge of higher ed (from the inside and outside), she offers counsel and perspectives that move issues to productive discussions, to solutions—speedily.


Roger Sametz
President and Chief Operating Officer
Sametz Blackstone Associates

PODCAST

A Look at America’s Higher Ed Time of Reckoning & Transformation

Listen to a conversation with Tom Raffa, national leader of Marcum’s nonprofit sector and a recognized pioneer in social enterprise.

In this episode, Tom talks to Lyn Chamberlin, a respected communications and reputation advisor to higher education colleges and universities, to explore how, in this ever changing landscape of seismic disruption, they are rising to the challenge of moving their institutions and brand promise to higher ground.

Get my bi-weekly, in-the-trenches take on the state of higher ed communications — the highs, the lows, and everything in between. Hot off the presses, topics and tips to help you navigate the complex issues facing colleges and universities today.