Lynette Morris




Lynette is completing her tenth year at Davidoff. She has led the firm’s strategic and business planning for many of its clients, including Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian, National Children’s Museum, Duke University School of Medicine, Tribune Media Group, YWCA of Metropolitan Chicago, Blessings in a Backpack, the Forest Preserve District of DuPage County, American Public Transportation Association, Chicagoland Lutheran Education Foundation, de Beaumont Foundation, Seminary Consortium for Urban Pastoral Education (SCUPE), and News Literacy Project.

Lynette leads the Davidoff client delivery team, supporting client relationships and maintaining internal operations. She has contributed to the development of the firm’s proprietary Mission-Driven methodology and has implemented the methodology to serve clients in business planning, marketing communications and corporate/not-for-profit business partnerships.

Prior to joining Davidoff, Lynette was active in the theatre communities in Chicago and Washington DC as an actress, singer and production team member. She was an inaugural company member of Shadowbox Cabaret South in Newport, KY and Columbus, OH and an original cast member of Chicago-based Griffin Theatre’s nationally touring production of Letters Home.

In 2014, Lynette received a Master’s Degree in Transformational Leadership and Human Dynamics from the Wright Graduate University for the Realization of Human Potential to deepen her understanding of individual and organizational transformation and leadership. She currently serves as adjunct faculty for the university and is a volunteer group leader for the Wright Foundation’s signature Year of Transformation program, where she coaches students on applying the principles of individual transformation and social emotional intelligence to reach their potential. Lynette lives in Chicago with her dog, Nikki.