Lynn Barendsen (she/her) is a Senior Project Director. For over two and a half decades she has been a part of The Good Project, which is a large-scale effort to identify individuals and institutions that exemplify good work - work that is excellent in quality, socially responsible, and meaningful to its practitioners - and to determine how best to increase the incidence of good work in our society. Lynn has led numerous presentations and workshops on Good Work-related topics and teaches regularly at the PZ Summer Classroom. She is a regular contributor to The Good Project’s blog, has published on young workers in a global age, social and business entrepreneurs, “caring” professionals, the elements of leadership and more. With GP colleagues, she has developed webinars and curricula to facilitate the teaching of key Good Work-related concepts such as responsibility and alignment and to support individuals to consider their values and beliefs in work and beyond. Lynn received her B.A. from Bates College and an M.A. in English and American Literatures and Language from the University of Chicago.