Originally from Worcester, MA, Lindsey was born into a family in which generosity and serving others were a way of life- her family fostered over 400 children in 30+ years of service.
Lindsey went to Brown University where her worldview was expanded even more. She received a BA in Community Health, with a focus on maternal and child health. Lindsey then moved to Washington, D.C. to attend Georgetown University Law Center with a plan of becoming a child advocate.
Following time in Nashville working as an Assistant Attorney General at the TN Office of the Attorney General, Lindsey returned to D.C. to continue in public service, joining the team at the Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services, the District’s juvenile justice agency which provides therapeutic, rehabilitative interventions to court-involved youth and their families in a collaborative effort to prevent further and deepened contacts with the criminal justice system, as General Counsel. She was recently appointed Interim Director of the Agency.
Lindsey loves to stay busy so she is also the co-founder of Selah DC, a retreat space in the heart of the city where people can pause, breathe, reflect, and connect and Colorbloque, an online space that curates content that helps high capacity individuals live lives filled with inspiration, beauty, wellness and style.