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Lynnie Martin

Lynnie Martin

Public Relations Director, Young Government Leaders

Lynnie Martin is the Young Government Leaders (YGL) Public Relations Director and the founder of the YGL GOLD Academy. Her day job is at the Department of Homeland Security where she is working in her dream job as a Training Specialist. She is in charge of several developmental and rotational programs for the 3,000 employees within her directorate. Lynnie moved to Washington, DC from the west coast and enjoys all the opportunities provided by living in our nation’s capital.
Lynnie Martin is the Young Government Leaders (YGL) Public Relations Director and the founder of the YGL GOLD Academy. Her day job is at the Department of Homeland Security where she is working in her dream job as a Training Specialist. She is in charge of several developmental and rotational programs for the 3,000 employees within her directorate. Lynnie moved to Washington, DC from the west coast and enjoys all the opportunities provided by living in our nation’s capital.
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How I Lead: I See Opportunities Everywhere

A conversation with DHS procurement executive Jeff Bardwell.

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How I Lead: Valuing Each Person’s Input

A conversation with OPM financial adviser Tim Cannon.

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How I Lead: Preparing Employees for the Next Level

A conversation with Chief Administrative Law Judge McArthur Allen.

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How I Lead: Supporting the Professional Growth of Others

A conversation with HR specialist Miguel Joey Aviles.

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How I Lead: Addressing the Root Cause of Problems, Not Just the Symptoms

A conversation with Laura Herrin, a manager at the Norfolk Naval Shipyard.

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How I Lead: Behind the Scenes So Others Can Succeed

A conversation with workforce manager Cherlyn ‘Sunny’ Hester.

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How I Lead: Mentoring Those Who Will Someday Take Charge

Insights from Dora Quinlan, a senior executive at the Navy’s Fleet Readiness Center Southeast.

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How I Lead: Listen, Breathe and Then Ask Questions

Insights from Melanie Keller, associate director for management at FDA’s Center for Drug Evaluation and Research.

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How I Lead: By Making Wrong Turns and the Right Choices

Insights from Jim Hearn of the Army Corps of Engineers’ Northwestern Division.

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How I Lead: By Not Trying Too Hard To Be Liked

Insights from Joshua Ederheimer of the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services at the Justice Department.

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How I Lead: Empowering the Air Force’s Executive Team

‘Combat civilian’ Veronica Hinton learned how to delegate on the front lines.

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How I Lead: Bringing Openness to Clandestine Service

A Q&A with a senior National Intelligence Service executive.

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How I Lead: Getting Results in a Culture That Makes New Initiatives Difficult

A Q&A with Shaun Khalfan, a senior advisor for cybersecurity at the Navy Chief Information Office.

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How I Lead: Getting Others to Sing Along at HHS

A Q&A with James Egbert, Human Resources Specialists at HHS.

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How I Lead: Working With the Government’s Best, Trying to Prevent the Worst

A DHS counterterrorism official describes leading from the front.

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How I Lead: A Former ATF Exec Talks Listening and Learning

Twelve questions for Melanie Stinnett, current Director of Project Next Generation for the Senior Executive Association.

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How I Lead: A NIH Exec Talks Leadership and the Importance of Communication

Twelve questions for David Whitmer, COO for the National Eye Institute.