Lyn Chamberlin is an award-winning brand creator, consultant, and executive coach recognized for her work in developing award-winning individual and organizational brands. 

A pivotal brand advisor, Lyn’s expertise is rooted in the belief that great brands are built on authenticity, clarity, and a profound resonance with key people, communities, and audiences.  A hallmark of her work in both personal and organizational branding is her focus on creating deep resonance and connection.

Lyn brings a strategic and uniquely creative approach to brand development. With a rich background in senior management across business and academia, her portfolio includes championing brand initiatives at Harvard, Radcliffe, MIT, Antioch, The Longy School of Music at Bard College, Trinity College, Vermont College of Fine Arts, Sarah Lawrence, and The University of New Haven. 

Prior to her focus on higher education marketing, Lyn led her own brand consultancy in Boston, working with companies including Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Polaroid, IDG, Navigant Consulting, and Technology Review Magazine, as well as a variety of emerging tech startups and small businesses.

Lyn began her career as a reporter and television producer, earning an Emmy for her series “Women in the Arts.” She played a key role in launching The Monitor Channel, The Christian Science Monitor’s international cable news channel. She is a frequent speaker and workshop leader.

Lyn holds a BA from Columbia University and a MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts.