Author: Lynn Austin

Ms. Austin is an author, coach, professor and managing Director at Austin Group Consulting. She is a 2017 Humanitarian Award recipient. The award recognizes individuals who, despite the obstacle, demonstrate the courage to take decisive action, the wisdom to face aggressive challenges, and the willingness to sacrifice to affect causes that impact the betterment of the community. Lynn’s professional portfolio includes leadership roles at Aston Martin, Jaguar, Land Rover, and Harley-Davidson Motor Company-where she was the first African American Director of Marketing. Lynn is a visionary, experienced at achieving results. She leverages her background to masterfully guide, motivate and inspire learning, understanding, and transformation. Lynn holds a B.S. from Washington Adventist University, an MBA from Capella University and is pursuing a doctorate in organizational leadership and development. She has been profiled in a wide range of media and a featured speaker at conferences and workshops throughout the country. She enjoys writing, hiking, reading, riding motorcycles and spending time with her rescue dog Newman.

Crimes and Coverup-An American Story?

I love history and understand that generally speaking, history is “his-story” and written by those in charge, or as recently noted, “history is written by the winners.”

While likely true, it doesn’t mean that things that happened didn’t happen; it just means the accounts may not be written or included whenever the story is told or retold. Possibly in an attempt to erase history, not have it not believed or otherwise have it unknown to generations that follow.

Self Commitment

As we mature, we come to understand and become accountable for higher levels of responsibility. As toddlers, we have limited responsibilities but tend to learn quickly that being responsible has its rewards. In 1 Corinthians 13:11, Paul shares “When I became a man, I put the ways of childhood behind me.”

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