- 15 May 1898
Randwick, New South Wales, Australia
- 20 January 1983
Waverton, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
- Bureaucrat and Community worker
- Alternative Names
- Ryan, Aileen (maiden name)
Aileen Lynch (née Ryan) a public servant since 1917, was appointed officer-in-charge of the Women's Australian National Services. She inaugurated a scheme on which the Australian Women's Land Army (AWLA) was based.
In 1941 she became superintendent of the AWLA in New South Wales (NSW). Appointed Commonwealth superintendent in July 1942, Aileen Lynch remained at this post until she was officially relieved of her position on 9 April 1946. After the war she resumed her former occupation in the Premier's Department.