Lindsay has worked in education for 14 years and has experience in four different states. She is originally from Ohio, and attended the University of Toledo, for her undergraduate and graduate programs. She started her career in education as an Intervention Specialist, before becoming a School Counselor. She then transitioned into Administration, where she served as an Assistant Principal at two different elementary schools.
Lindsay has experience in every level of her certification, grades PK-12. Lindsay has advocated for racial equity for a long time, especially as it relates to education. She has worked with underprivileged communities almost her entire career, and in almost all Title I schools.
She has worked in Ohio, Florida, Arizona and now North Carolina. She currently holds a current Principal’s license and School Counseling license in North Carolina and Florida.
Lindsay brings a wealth of knowledge and experience directly relating to building culture and climate in schools. She also advocates for building equity in the community. She is an active volunteer and serves on an Alumni Committee with RMJJ (Race Matters for Juvenile Justice). Lindsay also volunteers at the Charlotte Humane Society, and loves spending time with her own dog, Capone, and her family and friends in her spare time!