Lynne has been associated for many years with non-profit organizations. She is a member of the Generation to Generation Society of The Executives, Los Angeles Jewish Home, and is Past President and a Sustainer member of National Charity League, Inc., a nationwide organization of mothers and daughters developing strong women leaders while serving their local communities.
Lynne and her husband Robert, a local chiropractor, have a blended family of four daughters and one son.
What motivates your desire to give back?
As my family before me, I have prioritized participating in philanthropy and supporting my community throughout my life.
Why are you supporting the medical center?
The need for a new, state-of-the-art medical facility in the San Fernando Valley, that can deliver excellent care for this community without having to drive long distances. Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana Medical Center has been the hospital of choice for my family for many decades. My parents, in-laws, children and grandchildren have been cared for at Tarzana. Supporting the medical center is part of supporting the community.
Why did you agree to join the foundation board?
It allows me to participate in ensuring that all in our community have access to excellent healthcare now and in the future. I am also proud to carry forward the legacy of my father, Earl Greinetz, the founding Chairman of the Providence Tarzana Foundation Board of Governors.