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Lynn Cohen Koehler

Administrative Assistant

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Dependable support with an eye toward innovation

“Human knowledge is never contained in one person. It grows from the relationships we create between each other and the world, and still it is never complete.”―Paul Kalanithi

Lynn brings a range of nonprofit and grantmaking experience to her role supporting TCC Group and its partners. With a background in grant-writing and nonprofit compliance, Lynn lends both knowledge and stability to the logistical processes that organizations carry out to achieve social impact. Whether assisting in database entry, calendar management, program administration, or expense tracking, Lynn maintains a positive approach with an eagerness for learning that contributes to sustainable, holistic change.

Lynn’s connection to social activism came at an early age, when in her teens she began volunteering in library services and political fundraising for both local and national campaigns. Her commitment deepened as she began dedicating time to youth literacy and health, providing underserved school children with the assistance they needed to lead healthy, successful lives.

Energetic, curious, and forward-thinking, Lynn is a reliable contributor and source of innovation for colleagues and partners seeking to solve complex social problems.

At TCC Group:
  • Administrative executive support for operational efficiency
  • Client scheduling
  • Grantee scheduling
  • Client logistics support and outreach
  • Database entry and management
  • Revenue and expense tracking
  • Calendar and travel management
  • Client and stakeholder note-taking for organizational distribution and learning
  • Tracking and due diligence support and assistance of supported grantees and programs
Before TCC Group:
  • Marvel Comics: Serving in various positions on Marvel’s creative staff, Lynn provided both administrative and editorial support for the international entertainment and publishing company. She managed day-to-day operations including the preparation of reports, proposals, contracts, and correspondences; expenses and invoices; project administration and scheduling; and event planning. Lynn also oversaw the development of the Marvel Comics Internship Program, which during her time grew from two high school interns per semester to 20 high school and college-age interns per semester. As a lifelong comic book consumer, Lynn edited a variety of comics and upheld the company’s industry-setting artistic and editorial standards.
  • Sing Out!: Lynn performed a number of marketing and management functions for the Bethlehem, Pennsylvania-based arts nonprofit, founded by Pete Seeger to preserve the heritage of traditional and contemporary folk music. As a member of Sing Out! magazine’s marketing staff, Lynn helped to increase circulation, retain existing subscribers, and secure advertising sales. Prior to this, she managed the magazine’s office operations, contributing to areas including bookkeeping, consumer research, donations processing, and database administration.
Board Service:
  • Donald A. and Elsie B. Wollheim Memorial Scholarship (current)
  • Bethlehem Area Public Library (past)
  • Philadelphia Science Fiction Society (past)
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