Lynn Ford Alandt
Civic Leader & Philanthropist
Lynn Ford Alandt is the president of the Benson and Edith Ford Fund and one of ten trustees of the Eleanor and Edsel Ford House and serves as its Chair.
Ford Alandt is the daughter of the late Edith and Benson Ford, and the great-grand daughter of Clara and Henry Ford. She is a member of the Henry Ford Heart and Vascular Institute Council of Advisors, the Henry Ford Health System Foundation Board and has served on the Henry Ford Health System Board since 1998.
In 2005, she and her husband Paul established The Paul and Lynn Alandt Catheterization & Electrophysiology Center, which was the first electromagnetic navigation suite in Michigan. Lynn and her brother Benson have paid tribute to their parents through significant gifts to the Heart and Vascular Institute, and to establish the Benson Ford Fund.
Ford Alandt has been affiliated with the boards of the College for Creative Studies, The Henry Ford and the Detroit Zoological Advisory Board. In 2012, the Alandts were awarded the Max M. Fisher Award for Outstanding Philanthropists.
Ford Alandt also serves on the Henry Ford Health System Foundation Board.