PhD (University of Western Sydney), Grad. Cert. Tertiary Teaching, B. Sci.(Hons)
Investigating the socio-cultural facets of global migration, tourism and business management in order to identify key points in complex scenarios that may facilitate problem solving and promote positive social, ecological and economic outcomes.
On completing her honours on the cultural use of national parks in Australia and Argentina, Lynnaire moved to the United States as Information Specialist for the International Ecotourism Tourism Society in the lead up to the 2002 United Nations International Year of Ecotourism. She later returned to Australia to facilitate Ecotourism Australia’s Cairns Charter on Public Private Partnerships for Ecotourism, Australia’s contribution to the International Year of Ecotourism, and produce poverty alleviation indicators for tourism on behalf of the World Tourism Organization. After some time as a consultant she embarked on her PhD and lived in Mexico examining the socio-cultural response of unauthorised Mexican migrants to changing United States border policies. She has taught at several educational institutions before joining the University of Wollongong in 2009.