Role at FSG
As a consultant for FSG, Lindsay’s work focused on advising several clients in the area of education including development of a district education strategy for the Marin Community Foundation and creation of business plans for two state charter school associations. In addition, Lindsay wrote two case studies focused on the growth, history and best practices of the California Charter Schools Association. She also advised Jefferson County Public Schools on scaling an innovative approach to improving school leadership.
More recently, Lindsay’s work has focused on strengthening and growing FSG internally. Her primary role has been recruiting and professional development activities. She is excited to spend her time finding and training new FSG staff.
Prior to FSG Lindsay’s experience includes work across different sectors ranging from managing research projects for investment and insurance companies to enacting public policy and developing programs that protect children from injuries. Most recently, Lindsay worked as a consultant at Eduventures, where she developed strategies for clients focused on education.
- Dartmouth College, Tuck School of Business, MBA
- Dartmouth College, BA in Mathematics
On working at FSG
“I am at FSG because I am excited about helping our clients and our organization to be more strategic and effective in solving social problems. Working at FSG is exciting because I work with such a talented group of individuals who share my passion for social change. As part of the recruiting and professional development team, I feel lucky to get to talk to others about the amazing work that our team undertakes while also helping our staff fulfill their own career aspirations.”