B. Lynn Chastain recently retired from Chick-fil-A. There she was senior vice president and general counsel of Chick-fil-A, Inc. and a member of the company’s Executive Committee. In her role, she oversees corporate legal, real estate legal, and property management for the company.
Prior to her work with the company, Lynn was an attorney at Troutman Sanders in the firm’s commercial real estate practice.
Her career at Chick-fil-A began as a real estate attorney in the real estate and legal leasing department, after which she served as assistant general counsel before assuming her current role.
Lynn is immediate past chair of Junior Achievement of Georgia and founding director of The Kenya Project, a nonprofit ministry focused on health, education, spiritual development and homes for orphans in Kenya.
She received a Bachelor of Science from Georgia State University and a Master of Education in counseling from the University of Georgia. From there, she went on to earn her J.D. from the University of Georgia School of Law.
Lynn and her husband, Terry, have three children and three grandchildren.