Lynn Holuba is a 1979 graduate, parent ('08), and Trustee Emeriti of Gettysburg College with a diverse background in education focused on curricular planning, implementation and assessment in conjunction with teaching and advocacy for students from levels Pre-K through undergraduate.
Mrs. Holuba graduated with a Masters Degree from Temple University where she also taught in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese. She utilized these languages in her position of managing circulation and promotions for the Latin American Edition of Newsweek International Magazine. She taught Spanish at Montclair University, the Berlitz School of Languages and several school districts in New Jersey. Her teaching evolved into curriculum design and implementation for the Department of Education for the State of New Jersey where she consulted as a state provider, using her award-winning program design in several elementary and secondary schools. Earning her bachelors degrees in Spanish, Education, and Political Science at Gettysburg College, Mrs. Holuba continued her interest in politics and education as the Chairperson of the Board of Trustees Academic Affairs Committee for many years as well as serving on the college's Conservatory Board of Directors and the Eisenhower Institute National Advisory Council.
Mrs. Holuba serves as Chairperson of the Education Programming Committee of the Board of Directors for the Boys and Girls Club of Paterson and Passaic NJ assisting to provide a wealth of high-quality programs and techniques to enable positive youth outcomes.
Mrs. Holuba also serves as a Board of Trustees member for the Valley Hospital Foundation, helping to support projects and initiatives to make her local community healthier.