A former teacher for Broward County Public Schools in Coral Springs, Florida, Lynn Rochelle served the district for more than 20 years and belonged to the local teachers union. As a high school English instructor, Lynn Rochelle encouraged students to improve their self-worth while enhancing their reading, writing, and creative problem solving skills. The successes of Lynn Rochelle's students on standardized tests proved her talents as an educator. Before Lynn Rochelle accepted employment with Broward County Public Schools, she obtained her Bachelor of Arts in English from Lamar State College of Technology, now known as Lamar University, in Beaumont, Texas. Working her way through college, Lynn Rochelle held several positions, including one transcribing documents for attorneys. Devoted to her current community of Tamarac, Florida, Lynn Rochelle donates her services to the Tamarac Community Garden, the Tamarac Community Center, and the Sawgrass Nature Center. National organizations such as the American Cancer Society, Inc.; The Humane Society of the United States; and Susan G. Komen for the Cure also benefit from Lynn Rochelle's volunteer efforts. Lynn Rochelle relaxes by playing volleyball and badminton, jogging, bicycling, and taking photographs. An avid reader, Lynn Rochelle enjoys perusing the works of Robert Goolrick, Truman Capote, William Gay, and Tess Gerritsen.