Lynette chairs the Board of Anglicare NSW West, NSW South and ACT, which is a multi service provider of disability, youth and family services as well as retirement villages. With over 60 sites and 600 staff plus hundreds of volunteers, Anglicare has a revenue of $70 million per annum.
For five years Lynette chaired the Menzies Centre for Health Policy, a joint venture between ANU and Sydney University.
For 10 years Lynette was Director of the Board of the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture Charles Sturt University – to promote interfaith dialogue and reconciliation.
For five years Lynette provided organisational development services to Recognise – the movement for recognition of indigenous people in Australia’s constitution.
Lynette is a member of the Stroke Foundation’s Endowment Committee which oversights the Tim Glendinning Memorial Fund for Young Stroke Survivors.