Our Team Bios
Lynne W. Gassant, MS-HRM, Executive Director: Lynne founded Scholar Career Coaching in December of 2012 to coach, motivate, and support college-bound students, with a focus on English as a Second Language. Grew up in Haiti, Lynne is a first generation college student and the first in family to complete a college education. She received her Master of Science in Human Resources from Florida International University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Management from Florida Atlantic University. With her 10+ years of experience in Human Resources and Business, she is the Owner and Managing Director of Virtual HR & Company, LLC. Lynne was nominated and proudly selected by Volunteer Florida in August 2017 for the Champion of Service Award. The Award was presented to her by Governor Rick Scott and the Florida Cabinet. In 2018, she was humbly chosen for the Alumni MLK Leadership Award presented by Palm Beach State College. In addition, she received the MLK Jr.’s Drum Major Innovation Service from the Department of Education in Washington, D.C in 2018. Lynne has a deep passion for education and youth. Hence, she is constantly striving to make a positive impact in the community. She is a member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority and former member of Education and Youth Advisory board for the City of Boynton Beach.
Ken You Morisseau, M.Ed., Mentoring & Volunteer Coordinator: Ken You joined Scholar Career Coaching’s staff as a Mentoring & Volunteer Coordinator and is a two-time graduate of Florida Atlantic University, holding an M.Ed in Higher Educational Leadership and B.A. in Psychology. Most recently served as a Graduate Assistant for the Urban Male Initiative program at Florida Atlantic University, Ken You has amassed a uniquely diversified portfolio within various sectors of Higher Education. He has taken active roles and leadership positions within various student organizations during his collegiate career, such as, Progressive Black Men, Inc. and the Upsilon Theta chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc, where served on executive boards. Utilizing these experiences from both his undergraduate and graduate-level experiences, he has fortified his passions and understanding of purpose when creating meaningful, lasting relationships with others in ways that can help broaden everyone’s perspective on self, community, and potential. In his free time, Ken You likes to read poetry and listen to R&B and Afro Beats.
Cinthia Campos, Social Media & Communications Assistant: Cinthia, a federal work-study student, is a freshman at Lynn University majoring in Graphic Design. Originally from Nicaragua, Cinthia decided to study in the United States while remaining in close proximity to her native country; thus, she chose to pursue her education in Florida. In the future, she aims to represent the visual identity of different brands and organizations. Besides her academic interests, Cinthia enjoys photography and hanging out with her friends.