Lindsay co-designed and led a collaborative and equity-focused strategic planning process with the SEE Learning team at Emory University. Social, Emotional, and Ethical (SEE) Learning is an innovative K-12 education program operating globally that provides educators with the tools they need to foster the development of emotional, social, and ethical intelligence for students and themselves.
With support from the Ford Family Foundation, HRATS has engaged with Lindsay to conduct a strategic planning process to help them refine their intended impact, theory of change, and priorities related to programming and organizational capacity building.
The Columbia Gorge STEM Hub worked with Lindsay on a comprehensive strategic planning process, engaging students, educators, parents, business leaders, and community members in charting a path forward for this collective impact initiative. Emerging priorities included a focus on underrepresented learners in STEM and utilizing a multiple hub and spoke approach to maximizing the impact of the STEM Hub's limited resources.
Lindsay is a member of the LeadersTrust Capacity Coach network, providing organizational development assessment and planning to organizations and leaders working to create a world that is loving, sustainable and just. Formerly known as the Haas Leadership Initiatives, the LeadersTrust is a project of the Tides Center.
Lindsay is a Senior Consultant at Public Equity Group, a national team of consultants that supports leading funders and nonprofit organizations to develop strategies for racial, economic, and educational equity.
Lindsay helped design and execute a year-long collaborative planning process to get this national organization off the ground, promoting access to higher education for incarcerated individuals.
Lindsay has supported the regional Community Health Assessment process through a series of community listening sessions to help the Council understand the health needs and barriers of its constituents. In addition, she is currently consulting with a working group of the Clinical Advisory Panel to develop a 3-year pilot plan to test an evidence based health care delivery model to better serve frail older adults in the region.
Prison University Project operates an accredited college program at San Quentin State Prison in the Bay Area. Lindsay supported PUP with strategic planning support, training and curriculum development, and team development and meeting facilitation.
Mount Adams Institute provides opportunities for youth, veterans, and AmeriCorps members to connect with the natural world through education and service. Lindsay has supported MAI's strategy development, change management, and served as Interim Executive Director in 2018.
Lindsay supported The Tofurky Company, one of the nation's leading vegan food manufacturers, through the assessment and re-certification process for B Corp certification.
REDF (The Roberts Enterprise Development Fund) is a pioneering venture philanthropy investing in social enterprises that are creating job opportunities across America. Lindsay played a central role in developing REDF Workshop, REDF's online social enterprise hub.
Dirt Hugger is a commercial composting facility dedicated to transforming local waste into nutrient-rich soils. Lindsay has supported Dirt Hugger through business planning, strategy development, and consulting on a successful Kickstarter campaign.
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