Lynn Hanley is an attorney specializing in commercial real estate development, land use and zoning. She has extensive experience working with not-for-profits in development and other regulatory projects. Lynn has also taught real estate and zoning classes at the University of Richmond Law School and the Loyola University of Chicago Law School. She was appointed to the Highland Park Plan Commission and has served on the Sacred Heart Parish Finance Council and Long Range Plan Committee.
In addition to her work with the the Danny Did Foundation, Lynn has also been involved with other brain health initiatives such as the Alzheimer's Association and Project 375, aimed at mental health awareness.
Lynn holds a BA from Miami University, an MA from Xavier University and a JD from Loyola University of Chicago.