Lynn Edens is an alpaca breeder and partner in a vertically integrated U.S. yarn, knitwear and textile business. Reflecting her philanthropic focus on human rights and health care and education access, she has both supported and served as a board or advisory committee member of several of non-profit organizations with community health and/or social justice missions. Naturally, it was also this combination of interests that lead to her interest in and support of Quechua Benefit’s important mission and leadership. Lynn previously worked on Wall Street for a decade as a bond market analyst – this was in the dark ages between the advent of the fax and that of the smaller-than-a-suitcase cellphone, however. She and her husband Wes have four grown children.