Lindsey provides support to the Cultural Assets Management and Sustainability teams at Bloomberg Associates. In this role, she assists both Principals, conducting research and analysis for special projects, liaising with external partners, preparing briefing materials and presentations, and providing general logistical and administrative support.

Before joining Bloomberg Associates, Lindsey worked in Development at The New York Public Library where she helped produce multi-million-dollar fundraising events, authored proposals and grant reports to corporations and foundations, and volunteered at the Riker’s Island mobile library. Prior to the Library, Lindsey served as a Team Leader in an AmeriCorps program that supported FEMA’s relief efforts in disaster-affected areas; for her 2000+ hours of service, she was awarded the President’s Volunteer Service Award.

Lindsey is a graduate of Northeastern University and holds a B.A. in International Affairs and Human Services, with a minor in Sociology. As a student, she wrote and secured a grant for a women’s micro-enterprise in Cochabamba, Bolivia, worked as an International Student Advisor for Northeastern’s freshman study abroad program in Melbourne, Australia, and completed her Capstone project in the children’s ward of the largest public tuberculosis hospital in Cape Town, South Africa, enabling a computer network to be installed in the hospital’s school.