ABOUT LINDSAY
A longtime resident of St. Louis, Lindsay has worked as an activist, community organizer and campaign volunteer for organizations including the St. Louis Convention & Visitors Commission, Downtown STL, Inc., Downtown Neighborhood Association, Delmar Loop Special Business District, GlobalHack, The Luminary Arts Center, Craft Alliance Center of Art + Design, Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, Opera Theatre of Saint Louis and more.  

In 2014, Lindsay joined protesters in Ferguson after Mike Brown’s death.  She raised money for supplies and later organized community events to encourage healthy dialogue and peer support about racial inequity in the region.

Lindsay currently volunteers for Healing Action, a non-profit organization providing peer services to victims and survivors of sex trafficking.

She has spent her career helping local businesses with their marketing and business strategy, even donating more than 250 professional service hours to local entrepreneurs to help them successfully turn their dreams into reality. She was also one of  Folio magazine’s  “30 Under 30” honorees for innovation in the media industry.

Lindsay ran for Alderman in St. Louis' 19th Ward in the city's 2017 municipal primary election. She remains an active community organizer and advocate, and currently works in strategic planning on a project basis with small businesses, non-profits and civic entities and initiatives.