Lynne Henwood serves as president of the New Jersey Association for Gifted Children and is the head of school at FlexSchool's cloud campus. She also serves on the Strengthening Gifted and Talented Education Advisory Committee (SGTEAC) for the New Jersey Department of Education. Previously, she was a gifted teacher and program coordinator for Washington Township Schools in Morris County, NJ. She has presented at several conferences (NAGC, SENG, NJAGC, ASPEN, Rutgers Gifted Education Conference) and has been a panelist on the MindMatters Roundtable and the G Word Panel Discussion.

Lynne earned a B. A. in psychology from Dickinson College, a Gifted Education Certificate from Rutgers University, and an M. A. in educational psychology from the University of Connecticut. In 2018, Lynne was named New Jersey's Gifted Teacher of the Year, and she is the 2019 Mensa Foundation's Gifted Education Fellowship Award winner. Most recently, Lynne was awarded the NAGC 2020 Master’s & Specialist Award, and her NJAGC Advocacy Team won the NAGC 2020 David W. Belin Advocacy Award. As a parent of four uniquely gifted children, Lynne understands that all children need to feel valued, accepted, and respected.