Lynne Waldera is founder and CEO of InMomentum, Inc., a privately held management consultancy founded in 1999 and focused on organization and executive strategy and development for companies in dynamic markets. Based in Santa Clara, California, the firm has pioneered research on the cultural attributes of innovative, high-growth companies and has created unique tools and methodologies based on that research. Some of the firm's past and present clients include: AMD, Cadence, Charles Schwab, Cisco Systems, Genentech, eHarmony, Millipore, SAP, Spansion, and Symantec.
Prior to founding InMomentum, Inc., Lynne was Managing Director at Cunningham Communication, a leading technology public relations firm. Previously, Lynne was a partner at the organization and communication consulting firm, Gehlhausen Ruda & Associates.
Lynne is a member of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychologists, Academy of Management and the American Psychological Association and is a frequent speaker on the topics of organizational culture and leadership. She moderates various Aspen Institute and Federal Executive Institute seminars, including the Aspen Executive Seminar, Leadership and Global Values and Leading Change programs. As a member of the Future of Work coalition, she serves as a "trend scout," researching and writing on work environments that are technology-enabled, socially and environmentally responsible, and personally satisfying.
Lynne sits on the board of Adaptive Path, a privately held user experience strategy and design consulting firm in San Francisco. She also serves as an advisory board member for Momentum for Mental Health, the largest community-based mental healthcare provider in the San Francisco Bay area. Formerly, she served as Chairman of the Board of the Alliance for Mental Health and as an advisory board member for ZeroOne: The Art and Technology Network.
Lynne earned a Ph.D. in industrial and organizational psychology at George Washington University and a Bachelor of Arts in psychology, with minors in English and French at Duquesne University. She and her husband, Tom, currently reside in Pleasanton, California.