Lynelle Scott-Aitken teaches Media History & Ethics and the Food, Lifestyle & Travel elective and offers pastoral care and Justice of the Peace services to students. She holds a BA in Literature and an MA in Communications and is a qualified chef. As a specialist writer of food/travel articles and books for companies including Fairfax and Lonely Planet, she travelled the globe in search of stories for more than a decade then spent eight years at Bauer Media writing, sub-editing, editing and managing editing multiple titles. Lynelle is passionately interested in the field of professional ethics. She is a volunteer ethics teacher in NSW primary schools and a pastoral care representative on the NSW Family Planning Research Ethics Committee. She is considering her PhD research topic in ethics.