Coaching is the process of providing support for people to look at situations, and to encourage them to know they already possess the resources to find solutions for the challenges they face.

On an individual level, LKA Strategies can give clients permission to take the time to reflect on their experiences, and what is true and authentic. That truth can apply to personal situations, or to the work environment. Coaching can provide a mechanism to step "outside of the box" and look at an issue or an environment through a different frame, even though tradition and past practice may impose another view.

On an organizational level, LKA Strategies can provide the opportunity to tap fully into the resources provided by each employee. The ultimate result: greater productivity, greater creativity and greater satisfaction for all.


Lynne Adrine is a career performance, organizational strategy and life coach. She believes in the power of the authentic self to lead people to fuller, more successful and more satisfying lives.

Building on more than 25 years in broadcast journalism and communications, Lynne works in partnership with her clients, combining their experience and her own to reveal greater options and greater potential for professional and personal growth.

Lynne received her certification as an Executive Leader Coach through Georgetown University’s Center for Professional Development. She has her ACC certification from the International Coach Federation and she is a Registered Organizational Development Professional (RODP) with International Society for Organization Development. Lynne is an MBTI® Certified Practitioner.   

Lynne moved to coaching full time after 16 years as an award-winning producer at ABC News in Washington, D.C. She also has worked at CBS News, NBC News and CNN.

Since 1996, Lynne has worked on the development, support, instruction and coaching of new and established journalists. Her affiliation with the Poynter Institute for Media Studies includes work as visiting faculty and participation in seminars on ethics, diversity, and coverage of race relations. In 2001, Poynter selected her as one of 16 fellows in its first year-long program on Journalism Ethics. She continues to work with graduate university journalism programs.

Lynne is recipient of a Peabody and a duPont award for her participation in the ABC News coverage of the September 11 attack on the Pentagon.

Lynne grew up near Cleveland, Ohio. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in broadcast journalism from Boston University, and went on to graduate study at the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. She lives outside Washington, D.C. and has two children.

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