Lynnette is Alpine Academy’s Director of Quality Assurance, focused on ensuring that best practices, principles, and standards are understood and implemented throughout the treatment process. Lynnette helps support the Teaching-Family Model systems from training to evaluation at Alpine, helping maintain the high quality of services Alpine is equipped to provide.
When Alpine Academy opened in 2002, Lynnette and her husband were among the first group of Family Teachers. Since then, because of her deep understanding of the Teaching-Family Model and her passion to help children, Lynnette has served in several supervisory and administrative positions, mainly in the residential sphere. As a Family Teacher, she achieved four certifications in the Teaching-Family Model and currently serves on the Teaching-Family Association’s Accreditation and Ethics Committee.
Lynnette earned a Bachelor of Science degree in History, with a minor in Family Sciences from Brigham Young University. Lynnette finds balance in her life by spending time with her family and being outside; in the mountains, on a lake, in the garden, or near the ocean.
- Bachelor of Science, History
- Minor, Family Sciences