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LYNNE B. MASTER

Lynne Master

Lynne B. Master, the director and owner of the Learning Disabilities Clinic Inc. in Michigan for more than 55 years, is proud to have led an accomplished career helping children and adults with special needs. She oversees a team of speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, and certified special education teachers who specialize in working with individuals with learning disabilities, cognitive impairments, speech-language impairments, and other challenges.

Moreover, Ms. Master supervises teachers, collaborates with the state of Michigan, and works with school districts, individual families, and welfare agencies to offer services and support. The Learning Disabilities Clinic Inc. was featured as one of the “Best Tutoring Companies in America” on Smart Money in the Wall Street Journal. In addition, Ms. Master was recognized with a proclamation from the City of Oak Park, Michigan. Meaningfully involved with her field, she is a member of the Learning Disabilities Association of Michigan, the Michigan Association of Learning Disabilities Educators, the Michigan Head Injury Providers Council, and the Michigan Inter-Professional Association.

Before she began her work with the Learning Disabilities Clinic Inc., Ms. Master completed coursework in education at Eastern Michigan University in 1958. She later completed coursework in clinical psychology and graduated from Wayne State University with a Bachelor of Science in 1967. While pursuing her higher education, she secured experience as a corrective reading consultant for the School District of the City of Highland Park from 1960 to 1968. Further solidifying her expertise, Ms. Master worked for more than 40 years as a teaching faculty member at Wayne State University’s clinical psychology department.

Ms. Master is a pioneer of Humanistic Judaism and often spends her free time volunteering and engaging in community service. Giving her support to worthy organizations, she served as the president of the board of governors for the International Institute for Secular Humanistic Judaism from 2004 to 2011, as just one example. She also has held numerous and varied positions working with the Jewish Federation of Detroit, the Education Industry Association, The Birmingham Temple, the Children’s Center of Detroit, and the American Civil Liberties Union of Oakland County. Ms. Master believes that the more one does for others, the richer one’s own life becomes. Away from working or contributing to her community, she enjoys time with her family at her house on Lake Michigan, swimming, and walking.

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