Lynn Power: Navigating Mid-Career Transitions

View descriptionShare
Published Jul 25, 2022, 9:00 AM

On today’s episode Lynn Power shares how she focused on her experience and talents to pivot her career and continue to evolve personally and professionally. Listen in as Deborah and Lynn discuss utilizing transferable skills, the importance of gaining fresh perspectives, and finding the courage to take risks. Lynn also shares how she found the right support system and mentorship to serve the next phase of her career.


Lynn Power spent much of her 30 year career running and transforming agency brands. Lynn has expertise in transforming organizations from top to bottom – including capabilities, organizational structure, talent and culture. She recently left the big agency world to launch two brands: MASAMI, a premium clean haircare brand which launched in February 2020 and Isle de Nature, bee-powered home fragrance which launched in September 2020.

Prior to her entrepreneurial move, Lynn was CEO of J. Walter Thompson NY, responsible for the flagship office of WPP’s $1.5B iconic agency (the oldest advertising agency in the world).
Throughout her career, Lynn has had the great fortune of working on some of the world’s most well-known brands including: LISTERINE, American Express, Clinique, Hershey’s, Pizza Hut and Wild Turkey.

Lynn believes that business success relies on building a team that respects and nurtures ideas as well as the people who create them. She believes in moving at the speed of culture, eliminating barriers and helping women find their voices.


You can connect with Lynn in the following ways:



Create a personal career strategy that develops the leadership and communication skills you need to assess challenges, showcase your skills, and demonstrate your ability to be a C-Suite Leader. Learn more about the C-Suite Academy here:

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • WhatsApp
  • Email
  • Download

In 1 playlist(s)

  1. The Drop In CEO

    251 clip(s)

The Drop In CEO

Inspire your team. Elevate your people. Transform your organization from within. The most common  
Social links
Follow podcast
Recent clips
Browse 251 clip(s)