Lynn Macksey

Keith Macksey

Keith Macksey


Lynn is our president. She is a practicing CRNA in North Carolina, providing care to neonates, pediatrics, geriatrics, vascular, neuro, thoracic, GYN, GU, endoscopy, general, orthopedic, neurosurgery, cardiac ablations, and Level I trauma.

 She is the author of all of our educational reference materials, and textbooks and was awarded first place in the 2017 AJN (American Journal of Nursing) Book of the Year Awards in the Critical Care/Emergency Nursing category.

She is a gifted speaker and educator, having provided and led seminars about topics ranging from Advanced EKG to Valve Disorders and Anesthethic Implications. Lynn is the driving force behind "Education Adventures for CRNAs," our seminar business.

In addition to her textbooks, Lynn has published multiple research monographs in the AANA Journal. She is also active professionally, having served in several roles in state and national associations.

Keith Macksey

Keith Macksey

Keith Macksey


Keith   has   broad   experience   in   entertainment, themed  restaurants,  hospitality,  retail,  direct  advertising,  and education.


Since  1981,  he  has  led transformation  and  leadership  building  teams,  directed  training  and development groups, and facilitated teams  as they worked to  align personal and professional goals and strategies. 

He has designed, launched and  administered leadership development programs for Walt Disney World, Hard Rock Café, International, and leading retailers.

Keith  has  designed  and  facilitated  dozens  of  personal  growth  and  development  workshops  as founder  and  principal  facilitator  of  P.O.W.E.R.,  Inc.,  a  Florida-based  consultancy.  Currently,  he serves as VP of Organizational Development of LFM Enterprises, Inc. and lends his services to organizations in North Carolina and Virginia. 

He is the author of several academic, peer-reviewed research papers and serves as our executive editor.


Keith has a MA in Organizational Communication from the University of South Florida where he was selected as Outstanding Graduate Student of the Year in the College of Arts and Letters.