Lindsay is a senior associate on EAB’s Technology Partner Success team. In this role, she focuses on scaling platform impact and best practice processes across the Student Success Collaborative. She is passionate about helping higher education leaders support student success, equity, and well-being. Previously, she worked in EAB’s Strategic Research division with the Student Affairs Forum, where she worked with chief student affairs officers on their most pressing areas of concern, including campus climate, student mental health, sexual violence prevention and reporting, and diversity and inclusion.
Prior to joining EAB, Lindsay managed the board of directors and lead global NGO governance policy at the World Resources Institute (WRI), a global thinktank working to make the world a more sustainable and equitable place. Her additional experience includes a background in annual and major gift fundraising and stakeholder management.
Lindsay holds a master’s degree in management with a specialization in social entrepreneurship from The Catholic University of America, where her research focused on strategic planning and sustainable operating models for nonprofit organizations in volatile political and economic environments. She received two bachelor’s degrees in political science and historic preservation and community planning from the College of Charleston.