Bio

Lynne Golodner is the author of thousands of magazine and newspaper articles and eight books. A long-time entrepreneur and teacher of writing, Lynne has a passion for telling stories of how people find meaning in the mundane.

In 2016, Lynne created One Earth Writing, a 501c3 public charity that brings teens from different races, faiths and socioeconomic origins together in writing workshops where they explore the commonalities all humans have. Lynne speaks widely about how to make meaning in the world, find purpose, and build a more peaceful planet. She also speaks about how to find one’s passion and purpose in life. Her speaking engagements often focus on the three key elements of her PR approach – storytelling + relationships + higher purpose = success.

Before she created her boutique public relations firm, Your People LLC, in 2007, Lynne was the Detroit News Homefinder columnist and a frequent contributor to Meredith Corporation publications about home and housing. She has written about faith, food, family and shelter in her journalistic career. A 2006 article in Tango Magazine about Orthodox Jewish sex continues to receive wide acclaim, and her daily blog generates passionate comments among a global readership.

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With an MFA in Poetry from Goddard College and a Communications/English BA from the University of Michigan, Lynne has taught writing as adjunct faculty at a variety of universities, including University of Detroit and Wayne State University. She teaches writing to adults through private online programs, writing workshops, and retreats to beautiful destinations.

Lynne lives in Huntington Woods, Michigan with her husband and four children.